The ancient city
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 Material Information
Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: October 19, 1850
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00036

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; It .'.j ANCIENT CI tv I watch the progress of'iho present free Terri :4 nf the GharlestmKevs.. 1 scission p arty containg" many able and- ++'_ \ 1

.r 1' >< le.e11itli1alWELtLYABU, i rios of New lfexiru'nnd-U'.ah/nnd !t fj' G1'O.i (IfU,2, 1850. > compromising men. ? never baittawiihtlhem, if necessary bat I trust we

; 'I lJd lori tJf al tU Iblt measuiwifh ,A lbe'xgf ,t 1 ..'.-. : -* .\ it ZZZX: "ile} g- to SSS abolitionism_: ., _
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J.,.: .. )..a.v"u'tioL4"1.1,uan1J ;tK IDtrlitc4 sister California.GIuious ,1' ("ith'regardppetirs This morning the Instructions of the Secre this i iniquity, either with'or without. their I cooperation

. tr.u.t>Cttrt )tars .will l inserted at SKVMTV r.asujesj'f race arc they, t to bu not the tary of the Interior,.in regard to the'execution itt a'll l hazards; for count the costae

Fift ,4epcreq"{ of:JjyffoS1. Qr" un rrfortb.* II niter "new inccutim, to, 'cur 1iuue und persefveru "of bin being a candidate\ for of the Bounty Land Ac.,"ra made 'public in could we may, no coercion, won in conquest ot 8, EI

?; p finUaI .nd rAn) tpTaor tali .ubtC'qu"l'It '. 'he'llaltcas and injuries that con the approaching term and (i*thought hu xvjllbe the new ptPl'rs. jSoms twenty thousand cop' &. more ruinous and degrading than the

" AJedtiction will I tnsde I stitttcd-lheorffirtit-,, 1 of ,dissuntion.is .Jt a fearful competitor'of Mr.l+ Clay. With the ics are sent off for distribution in the several distraction four slave Institutions. It would
iMjjttom. J6r ooU"'lo.11 make
j t* : I i prrcUoly th.effcc.t whictmro supposed m iiil'"twenty thousand st-masterR, and"th"'muhi.' States One copy is to be posted up at every The a wilderness and a Golgotha of our Slate ;
er for ails tetei hi. would follow tho of CLAT'S tUlle eat afh'crslftcrals liisch' will Court ri2htofseccslion} is a
lamed be peaceable
I' : (ulopliun ince fireat- Hnuse.jfor public in form*tion. It is ':s- is a
+ ,. :tr. 03J m2 Ni YY aU--li I measure The author of thOU measures 1 tt7c\v J}.sUIJcrior tf tlc} I.ion {rabc\Vcst "!cl..tj tenljuf tim!leJ at one of the bureaus where the arm constitutional it } rig; ft. The Slate, in e'xercisidg i : I

.,4' ,,i fte b hited on recfoualrfe terms.MY1MEECIIEH. that such would bo .their ctTEct, but he dcMru I the latter are, howc\'er, Le511rrll1 ( hem- rolls of the war of 1812 are kept, 'that, the will injure nb one; bnt: Will be only dciirijr

1 ri it. The Southern people, ufovtrpw, neither de- selves, u'nd among other mHlcr: ,they jpf 1 inn f } whole number of persons to whom land is": within the sphere of her undoubted sovereign '

.. i .. lira nor submit to b :hu' o>erLETTFU 4I for him the full credit of ihe passngVofftll'vl, granted bfwthjs Act, is six' huhtl'rcc1lhoJ.i:l1a.I I ty. Should the North, or the General Govern
3X" O. '\'. IIOLMEi". I >I5'4 called :Cumpr0'niso bitls. Jlis true say 'filii may3>e f'xlnn'l.tm't. but us the Jicsicauwdr ment, ihiiik fit to assail her, she only stands on tf

i ft ciOTced| lo .be-pur nnhing day, I FROH Gt. ,J'IERS.EZ.. ; tliev; that he could nut pa s3 them'iubu Z1 '"dV- produced one hundred thousand cases, all the def naivE1.} and I trust in the protection of a

J end' *UHr ibings-were drving ; \ ST, -\t
Ttea1' rm came roxrinu through the lines, Editor ofll Repubiicttn: f to4dHudefUlf[ able perseverance. could hh sent ai least tour hundred thousand cases. Mr. sovereignly. t ;,
..t'ifld sent lb loll .a flying. DEAR SIR: On my return to this city yesterday carriod. them seriatim., 1 TUAP.T'S instructions are of n character deign I It! ne'ercan be too late to meet degradation; ;

--r the ': aJ nJ lcttICIIJ'11i.A''Gp nits \an absence of nearly thrco months '! The soldier's of Gen CDS ore also m.ir?' 'I *
Ing rldineff' lltcbrcchcKsJ witches. ; hiy atenlion\y called to jan article; in the ; siiiilluig' themselves fur the combat!, on\ .friended tube bent-fitted by the Act. Nothing f *" '
. loit t'D. tittter I wept. rI' "\u' icnt City, of August 31st, animadverting;\ fhis; principal dependencies being hi.efforts ', but the pafentjn deed for the land is. Iransferftljo. i Bur whilst _ve will be resolved to meet rile ,
. 4.a ., o n. the resolution*of the Whig meeting held worst the isauo may'brine, I rrtust
', 1loct'rnv. ,. nud31 } j in securing the passage of tbts'I3uunyl : ; The Secretary seeks to saw the ex- think it confess du
-0. l' here on the ICthW that month. ,Among pthr -1 land bill. It appears"that Senator Foote i.s' to pease of agencies to the grantees., .Congress not probable our enemies will attempt
t"w 1hgtit slraddlinKlhrpugh tho air 'I things it is stated that "\iu' cannot b.iieve'! tun wiih.him as Vice President i ; but from the diJnot provide fur agents, in each subdue us.1.'t they hive shewn neither honor

rr ,! \" try late T o wm them* <. ;i' that llu) crtKoIutionsBpenk thin*syntintcnnls! of billing hut temp ramnt of this geutlfrunn it tu look up the claimants and procure country their nee truth in} what they have done,they at least
1.. chase th'clouds as jf y all the Whins ot 8t. Jtihn's several is pa hava shown n knowledge of their
; county ; > feared that)ho will go off by spontaneous! tents for them. The Secretary has no means own interest. I
The fry deuce twos in iht-m: Whigs united with: Clio ,Democrat in. the ap- '|! cnhibustibnriong; the time of trial sha'.r-nr- to do if, but he recommends that each countrysh'ould And I c.i: n not see how that can 'be promoted f' }

'they4carc; myda/linganJ my pride, pointmerit of delegates to the Nashville Con- rive Uilch a gunpjwder candidate} would bo employ public agent to transict,the by nssailling! us. Tor war on us they ruin {
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J4)My"1)ottrood's ; > venliun and n' the number wus dreaded -commercially) and
even one apppinitd by any party for in an unexpected tu3inessut'Lb.claimants'with!; politically. As
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r-. : i FarewpllfiarewHj/ I finiy; | crieJ), i delegate, u:ho staled in c4 letter read! rbtdlition of \viath he would afsuri'dly sink Toe expense and trouble of establishing go rumen.all lo which side the victory would turn fear I

,' .My breeches! 0, my breeches. in one ot our piitnarjf} ini.ctiripsthaUi convlc- the t! hip, and tu lo the bottom. with pislols: hr these claims and.. locating, the. warrant and nnt the result. And even if we should be over- 0 ;

Phatnrgb!dreams-' I lion then rfstt-il itpnt) hi" mind 'ihalthe South I''6uh} hand distributing the patents, will be no small affair, I bc whelmed and subdued our lot would not-then I .

- 'a.H\"* eaimce last 1 saw them will finally hart to aJfJit rneusuret fur 'fts own safe- I Seward is expecting som-sthini at'the hands Whether to the government or individuals.. worse than 'they now intend and will'now .

,The. dew/hud stepped their faded threads, IY'e have yet, tu learn the rhhnge.in that of[his party, but from the prfScnt indirati<,ns Forty millions of acres, \alucdni liny millons ,. make tt. if Ihcy can. Tint they will,. if they V )
. e ,. .T ..'rind 4rad.whisilcd. through them! gfnllfm.in's{ : vs, thus expressed." + J& I it Will be a long time befor'* his name will flg- II o'di,llarsar. to be distributed throughout lhu can, they" have already told us. .

t'ew the wi"! end ghaMiy rent"*, Having written. the letter alluded to iJhjftg'j urq on the Prcsidenti.il iickfl. A man who Union, and it is certainly, what it was intended Nothing can save us, fellow-citizen, but that I

I"'t'r .Wheredemon claws had torn them, you will,allow me ; in justification to myself, sour* '*i bovo tHe COII IItUll u". must exprct a r to be,n grand step towards, a consolidation of firmness and fortitude which becomes our char.
\t Ate *htc 4M hrjr hinder parts, / to publish t tilt Gdlbwiug communicatio: &d- disastrous downfall. .! the Union.: It leads a large rnasj of the people, and/ positiiun.} Indecision and vaccilla-

AliPnn hap 111d worn them. dressed to the "Committee behalf of thereuplcufliladisun'county Urnlun, Fremont&Co. are next on tit list, not only the immediate beneficiaries: but their tion remedy'that will ruin us. I am content to adopt any
-I' ," in reply to thc\rr and }if the former can persunde the people that connexions and succcisurs to look to the Federal can be effective. I am'wihngto
.' t ll tychf 1 : "' happy yean, invitation to partake of a Barbi'cuogiven in bets really, a Democrat, he may gel a nnmirm- Guvernm for support and bounty, it listen to all; but for mysolf,I most frankly coo-- ,

AD/I ja., r* kind and cl--rar compliment lo the Delegates of Middle Floritlu ton: Cut this will be no easy t risk,us hua cvcrIotiJly establishes# another class of beneficiaries, in 'less I sec no earthly security for us, but in

But)t we yuWL*. ..iU'nlooiu.wtregone, tu the .Nashville Convention, as c Cuing, a man mar{tllk, his teellr cannl be fur the;person uf"i"nti, State or individual, end secession.'rue t
4For) tah1 {.tt "ver, the acnlimcnu I entertain on the suhj ct of gotten. of |ind jobbers tir.d.speculators; all of whom North, having :alrcadfdcstroyed those
And not lUlVitc: suall-cu( ih"last those resolutions} by.which. should ha vu been 4\ portion of tho Wost will go for'elevatitg arejmnde, indirectly, participants in the government guarantee of the\ Constitution, Intended for

. .)f aI f m .ca"tit h'" Sl: h'icel+ governed had it been in my po"'or tu attend Ju. &" Douglas: of the Sennte; to the PresiuVnihnjrand bounty; and'finally, II creates the necessity put security, may go on when they pleaso. If
*i lu ih hin'Jlt':<'i ih\li nasc to mourn ,.I t the Coiivcntiun., \ tin in that quarter hvcouM !it is of an increased numbcrut'eivil'otftcerstin the Constitution} is no barrier, they may pass

' : (y:,(ovtJ ,roy long-lust .brwtnns.L ., I If the writer in ihe, "Ancient Citv" belie\ ,J1r.u.t, s.urCltron ; tot;. .Thi devo'o.r-1 ;governmentempoy..fhe! miln'argument an act of total: emancipation tomorrow, and
thai becauv-J; I. Ihotlghl} lax spring th.xv thc! m*'Itt| of the corning,\\;evk will indicate the plan in favor: of the increaso was 'that if that lattd3a what would then be your condition, should

." J r. IA S CIIU E4rTf". I S.u! h ivuUltl linally I have to adopt J me s i'surilcown'at11y f'jClil1nol; r ", etc not di tribl1ttd..lhr ic3 iujwluch.they such an;act be sent a broad" amongst.your slaves
: t .r111J11',A-"r ', of 111arl l. l ,:lt':X ., 11 4tssaItIqufh 'hQ,t'r ;t)4"ikUla'Al1') i.n "4 a' +d.- I ..1.1 _"t "'ft.r. -* ."\en as we are now' If Wh"Vtr iiosCCUrTtV
yeller AS tf'i\n+t$ .il. '''n'Na r '1fII1.\\.tTE.? H1- '. Ut+iutlu- irto l'r tl'!IUUYtyslitSItfiItitOOd; c1 teirnillcd no lijit; for the repeal olV.tt! P'ugitiv it i- Tho Mexican I land warrants r ne ia New-York it!under a Union the Constitution t i. ridiruluus lo. call

no tfnatecnndidHtcs# fur State ifFiccs. Thfn" me. I fUll aware that) Jt>jCialun.-infii.fs}: mu--( t i.jU\; ,bill, and they art ahoidy stirring l from 115 lo 130, upuii' the erruneori;, rcprtj;I It u anti deposm u; d 'r an .i:responsible -
majority :
,,eedinn wcix tin:niniousand} the Ad-lrest: ) t SllIIctUlWS l c 'ics iicit: In, trot not utiiii every up )cir follutvers to prepare |>e.itions to"rcadines. that the bounty land bill had bees: sl'ierid-d; Your, noting m jri?.

in.i re!,noliiii',a< akin,111'.1* wiftwul a iluwiuingov oilier remedy has failcil. fur presentation on the Hut} dayxjf'nextsc5sio 'or|)ClLe e.1 1 by'thjPrsiJen} '. !It was. probably( JAMES fclfow-jitiz!n.
\ .This nddrfr fvifwx !Etc ;po>cecdinzs 1 Had the ii:itatufs }1.1 Congress have \h;\\ tllpower ,. And although in one instance a stove n trle::r.-iphic .speculatingfcrpoit; and'enabled SMITH RHETT.

oftMe lact''Cunrrtx<, 'IJ"li"i# oohit ,bv pointiherfveral i cn'.tu"lIy to obstruct the regular has bean delivered up in New York without : one lioldir.to 'f 11 oul. Certain it is tint the INTERFiTING FROM TEXAS.

. 1 mrMr' "1' :'I.. ( :M r.'rtpromise. 1!nutrage r.s.ianec: : it i is evident that there will soon be j I large holders of. .Mexican land,warrants here/ THE U. S. BOCKDAltr

It'1rntt'"f( tIe ttdini--if" lit1,1' "; n4 i* usa. i j : an organized body < Seward men whose mo-1| co.Mder; tlfin th.cstJ having incurred a con- murS.iIO-CJ.PT.. PAXKCIt
J''' I cshiun I bhuuid have 'felt it duty to : will i in H. FKKXCII, &(. &C.
Vrertt Northern i* > : : vrrv victory; I recent my ney a great measure neutralize> { siierable e.\ptn un thrm.and whey impale! tu
>l riiiis that, *hrtiifh! i'i..48 h. in of I iheTr-rritn- I ui It(j upon iho Cuhv 'lion the neccs>uy of reommemir'iisuch sdutury provisions of thp Lw. Its repeal( J]I the govtrnmenl bad fliith in the'tl.lI.I\Cliul1. I [from the N. O. Picayune, Stpt. 2 I.]

mis j GI\.rnment8+f UtaJkA! 1duw' 'Mexico< was { (' nva!ures as would render would.kindle\a fire. which could. not be easily I I The U. S, Bounder) Commission left Indtanolq

' 'tueh 're Mas nclmfits, prefrrrcd!, yet in the South iiidpciidriit of the tionlavciolditif! | exting uished. \ I [FOR TILE CHARLESTON .NEXVJ.To on Wednesday, Thursday and Ericav-
effect,1u ihe'North hag nfyv secure possession ofilMMc I State, in.+ til they showrd a' proper regard fur 1 tind that a\ trol1g feeling! of rcicntmci t I Ihi/CUizsiu ffChtrhsfim, Ijittricl: I I the -1th, 5th nnd 6th inst. The Commissioner, _

, regions and urns the importance nf our ights. exists among tht; Northern men rul-tive to ihe FJLLIJClTIzuHnlUg been J.MC! ed ba- Hon. J. R. Bartlett ; Lie*. Col. McClellan U.
I ? their admissinn into the Union with Congress having fully carried but, in the $- dcfenUof the utlempl to modify the tnril', and fore you as a canditlato to represent \6u in S. A., truriornrr ; Lieut. Vhipplc, Assislant,

1Vilmntft Proviso Constitution, at' the earliestpoiwlbleduy. ccnt-wcts orynmzin* new territorial governiiients a strung democrat will, be midi at the Cong'res- is i but right; that, at such 1l.im i Astronomer ; and Dr. Wi-Uh, secretary to the

Itrjcul'sin,I Ihe mnjoritv which the doctrine ot non-intervention, and coming st-s>ion. 'I'ilcplun will be it demand ns the I r.5ent?, yuu should know my '\iwWi us : conrnis!ionIcllon Friday. 'The first portionof

ihe North ha. n?">v a cannily arqtiired: }in both: I:said un act fur the most effectual surrender priority action ujtyu that sbjcct, anJ if refused to the M umen'oui quettioirs at \itt: '. ihe company under the utlerinlcndeuceo

IjouwsofComrre ", by which tic equilibriumRectuinHis : :,I: Dl luyiUve slaves deem it to be our dm as an attempt twill be made tu arnrs nil l j jI Fromvhnt I aw in thf papers, 1 had anticiluti'd J. Priolean and J. Bull *>q:. started or

of lhtortchility r tW'mj } f ire\tfdfsirnyc' and all!l ;,Cud and (fhhhful Cltizcn", to cease all further\I other business. > 1 1I U ChI fur a public nwiirig, 'where I Thursday morning, with the Intention of ur-
:i of the extension (if kUvcry ext :: uiseussion t tit 'the .\cxed questions, and in tis I There is a areat dent (,f discussion going onin should hare had an opportunity'' of oddresssin veving the route to San Antonio.,

I l 1\1sh..A. I> .,tn: of p.unoijiatit! to untel} with our hitherto the Navy Department to what piinislun t ,; vru, and openly declaring my see The health of the arty ,is generally
i" good.
a !I brethren tho North in Lc I I shall b: substitntfd for tlo '" .-Tlie idea timents. 1 have nothing to eonc al.111 Oie death
The 'I tre.e ."'0I1'" cr mewl: t over ibp .I f d;tricteti of ( our >t trlliirU !{ occurred 'from a sunstroke on the
rtet dement t1r ,110 Texas riinlaryaui] loll Inr" the mlvaticemcnt! ; and perpulutty uf t ot imprisonment cl\nn.t be, thought of for a I ; fully convinced Ihnt'the: true iiiie between 26li ult. Tll& name oftlm deceased was Sul!

(1 mnlrc |lhnI! ,much better lerili for ljie; N'orihwo this glorious Union. moment, :is tit; worthless pint Ira crew would u; and the North, }is already made up- livan. He was laborer, and lib family, we

Jd1 ave Vpnin; li.'rd i on. if It had! not bTnfor I 1ti nth rruc, ( h respect, like. nothing better, .iin-rder tue c'ipcduiy.: our enemies rrquireonly time to bring on the believe, re.itlrs i l in Philadelphia. .
he nUitude ofTc.vn-., md the rra.rntlhnt Your ollellil'nt lCP"'', The secret of IM rejection y'Naihan Sar- result. Thnt i rue is between to'al Abolition The citizens of Imlunolu gave the officers ,I
de/a'nt M. HERNANDEZ. genius Rocoider i.f Ihe I..andpmc has al of } of the
b1. toc't Nt tpvnntfd JOSEPH \ Shverj among us, i.nd Stission.. The majority boundary 'commi.sion a supper before
l'U'tn IcnuMi leaked out. UJl'S Charged Wit:1writin their ,
t in Coigrcs and the AdinmiMrntion, dl'puturl.
tq filV'1; far 5fTh' abolition; ;
they ofijfpRlireXrndBlnllhe"ou1d"nve Distrtci nfbniTea85noili ( i. tt. .o\tGU..tl'' >!, July 30,1850CESTLFYF.tl'uurestaamt cerUin J let tl'rs to Nurthrrii! ,papers: condemning are resolved (and they have fairly told us sn. The \ iCluria (Texas) Advocate affirm that

erentJn 'nhnnba :ti''tnr'" ,rufthc6h'; the system of Cl:1.tructimil. ageI lo drive us to Ihe total eimncipiilion: of our Capt. Parker II. French did, himself, draw and
trUinn-h isalf: 11'1,1
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ih fact thai lily "ulitmntednnnOt j int. n.a'n: noto partake of It ]llarhccui: *, tuuJviUinlav I to Senator There was lIul'i'Ir <;f truth I 1 I.IHI.III disregard: to Constitution, and all t nezutiate the forged drafts on the 'house of
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i'htl If.\withJu' the limit .of the Di.- Let; +en next, in cuniplinvnt to I in the char % t''il he :n.ul no opportunity of de- fie: bond-! ; of Union between us1 n vtt a p.w s'-"JrT ia this welcome thedelrpatni of,Middle Florida to the fencti or explanation. His head was Chopped t'qual l to their own, shill! !'heck then in their vocate gives tit following history of French
also involved tnncttwnt -
'trict J'" ern Convention reached: we at my uth-I oil'without: ceremony., Many Senators Lave 'CoyrsO'-and I cannot sec any safe 111.utficintch transaction in Texas :
,. dity before yesterday. Its detention! binec} as-viired him that the error shall be repaired ck. !hat can be deviled, bill lliut pefabl? The story of this man French since he first
Tho f\.itJ\'p SI:1V" low. the' "c-om'p.n4lt"tlon" 'rune cause or' other; places, it buyout! my by' an ppoint snTt to n b, ltt..r' illl".tCn": secession to which we are unqnestiombry: entitled landed: ill 'yeas with his stages nnd .1

to the South f hI' ,I'll 'he mormons of right and p nicer to Kvnii; my>,elt ofthciuvitationiniinie. It is snlil that Mr: Thtmgun; who Wft6 l\onlinr.etl amongst the reserved rights: expie"'ly tis} ; full of interest. |Ii, first operation; ;company nVs lu',

power .nd unffty,inthro'l'.hills*, i isilenminr.A which I fi nee rely ,,rcjrret-for not hn\iijj 1 hen, m his su-ad, wilt not accept the ollkc; svcure.l us under the Consltiutiori. Upsides, I'obtain from the Cap!.,of ihe steamship Galves-

I by the MuchuIfU" nrfdrrt. and the trinl 1 able to join those gentlemen at the Convention, an his ofliec n Hoith mural thud twice the" I his attribute necessarily belongs to every lon services to tin. amount of-tlfin. jn forwarding

of the ;(uRitiye by. a jury i ie dC'lIwnl.d n< nn a- il would have been most gratify inj to meet amount uf the !.1In' 1 l State in hs capacity is Sovereign. To deny'r him, with his inert;,baggage,&c.frora

mendm.nt V>it b.roreir."n nwtiho ppnrovnl I them, together with in, fellow citizens of ilad' The entire .amount of appropriations made the rihJ; of Secession when the Constitution, Indianola to Lnvaca which) thll captain was

of that Ftalc. In the : mnrnnnNCttnntlhr. lawn icon, and to have conferred persomllv, wuli durin* the session, is about f f.lty millions !I! the sole bond! of union between us, has bcsrishamelKSsly unuer uo.taanne r of obligation lo do, and for 'f.t

of theJ5 tin'e- you all on the meusures. called for by the pi vs- (h.lIl rs.. This, includes the Mexican ind>m- and openlv broken by lire otherparties which service trench never paid him one dol
held ; : instalment and 'the ten rnillkns for Tex Intr.t .
w n gee enl alarming cniis. my i to the compact is radically to dcnjrllhcfcoverfijjnty
od agitation of that mattrr h recommended Ifcon'rar this should tit I of the State-and this, 1 have m, His second important financial! operation
to .cRpcctations,
with > iWL'0 compel 1 their repeal. ) my 3fr. Hitcnic has announce J his tllt'rmin\-I the was to purchase atoul
t1r in time I would renmk |.vet found South Carolinian who would d>> 8l",000 worrhofmule
In ton t aint the review of these topics, the I there reachyou to ,be little- hope of obtaining thaI, us lion (o suspend lurthei operations on his prjntl ;i j If there be any other? remedy bill seecs'iuu, I I tor which he gave: ; his drafts! m .ti.,.tr Orleans 1
address : appears ing contract t. a.lartfemnotint of which work remains j have heard In this transaction; .
rays alt the rights to which the South i is cntitlud, I nol it announced: and i pdlliativr ; uo questions were asked
"If "Ue achus tts could hnv lef islitod-far without coming to an rupture with our tu bo executed: His friends advice him It 1 will-onli'ren Yr our cunditioa worse and w irs, \I turn. h-Aas taken! for grtntcd that he bad ; I

i 1he'"w1iole! oountnr, f>nw funh'r form and brethren of the North open und as a spirit of conciliation tu poon with' the job, and to trust to tin future 'i; until we arc ruined. j fund lh.rR lo men hindralts. About the lima ,

r, provisos Vrould have bran serurr f. But ns n is imperatively.called for,: in order to justice of Congress. UK- says that when he'l[ Now I would ask each and every nnn if hI j Fiuicbaud hi:+ party reached Sari Antonionvsw..s ,.

.hole, -we think the proplo of the North have avoid catastrophe, itfthe language Mr. took the contract ttas under.tuudIhnt is willing to)Ine in this State with.a total: nbI revived here fromew Orleans t
gained tno ttbstance. The ,.ndminsion of Cal was to have, the census work on which n I I I'I. that: French's dratts were worthies* and
i' Webster, "both sides mart relinquish prejudices olition} ot .slavery I You nil would anv\i-rNo! had i
i orpls-h j turned rhi-vale of Empire dominionof if they wish to live together und enjoy the very large piu.'it is mane, and tint this was, i I You must answer s>o, bi-cku abolitio.i: her e been protested. The I inter ''cd parties pur- !
iiiicndcd tu baUncy the loss for the oherwork. : 1 sued him to Sin Antoriiu
slavery tins fled, and thnt of freedom has returned. government lo our renown." In order, therefore would involve the total rum of our beloved and when' 'heyTmfurnteJ I \ i
The Republic as n whole is free." ttf contribute mite towards allaying I Ntate, and of every thing which, as men, w } bun of what had taken place }iii relac
my The Post faster at Eufals, Alabama, has lion io }h-r.! :!":ilis h* affcced
Tkis'l Ihe language 'f vlcto:. and it imorrotev"the the hgitation, I would beg leavo to hold nearest and dearest to Ui.Ve can not a holy horror at i
lahrHtjr of truth. prevent notified the editor of the National Era, the meet the sa'n.tltul; *;tiiinvtciions: : of his New '
The Norlh submit the following sentiment ; hciilMcin this question we must it, and Orleans
abolition of this city that he will merchan'. rot'I:
no he
has Indeed rained Ihe IU\lstnnf'f'-the Government The Compromise Bill ot the Senate Committee paper i meet \it furuurselver.In wuom professed to have
hat Indeed become an nntUlavrrv' longer deliver the paper to subscriber in that I depoMtcda i urge ,sum of for the
cnpinr its money
Thirteen : we recommend adop- tli3 mean while it is but right that uehhutild exprcsi -
has vicinity because he consider* it an inc 'udii- purpose of meeting
Indeed drafts
a-the sceptre been purre ndertd t to he
wail# on our Her Stairs of the South!
Abolition. Let,}i' we how long they mean t louse lion.With ry publication. The abolitionists :arc trying i t! _that hiv reasonable tim daw: from 'lurwto lime. He was an injufcd
It. We quototwi of the resolutions many thnnks,' lor the marked attention to make a great noise nbout it, and will pen-1 they may every t persccutca roan ; and ton convince aU
ap 't i and every reasona'! % inducement tu act i coa
conferred tion the corned Hut heat
upon me Congress on snhject. least
: honor be respectfully J of the that I accordance with u;; :..ir Make is as great und he ottered fairly with them,
PeSrR2aolra 1 have the 10 very I see it stated in many: paper the to give upthe .
Tbat Massachusetts avow her Your obedient servant, House did not concur iu. the amendment of the I their d.m.'cras imminent tit* ours. All symjnihy chllrJC, to,ethfr with his properly to their ,
unntter bledelermination; to maintain .all) the JOSEPH M. HERNANDEZ.Messrs. Senate to the-Gencral Appropriation bill ': and respect is due them that our suv e- and ruin with hrs coaches, arms, .t il

principle* and purpose ho has Jn-llmM pant I, J. C. PillnQi' B. Wold, T. LiWhitlock 9eitin: 8200OCO for thc errlarkment unite l. in-I' i'ei.n State may show another:,, but we cannot was satufaetorily men settled.until He the 'hot. matter -
affirmed and reaffirmed, in relation lo the ex ;E." G. Mr.yp.V.L.. Fletcher, '. A. ;iutl. Tins }is an error. The amendment \\ .place our honor or our sovereignty out of our ,tim produced what purported lo at be Amt

t rifntfon of Sift vert; end tllft measure of RUCCCMwhich i Brcnsan, 8. B.'ThomaB: Commf fe.It concurred in, reducing however the slim to own ke..ping.Ve should b? perfectly' will of credit from Howland & As faw a letter :
baul1 nded -her exertions. In a 'net* In- : ,. .- I -' ,i 100,000. .' II I I iog to join with them in any honorable posi- unlimited} } amount and p all, for an
.tfvCL *o persevere in nil eonxtituiionnnl 1 which "in pnlinary.circumstances of this section l lion 'for oUr defence; but we cannot and will them proposed to give
ce is said that n magnet t. The principal papers are now i} drfti 0:1: yew York for those
efforts tin ibt great Htd _Jrhod work shall be '50i r not follow them should they submit to what wo ; be had .
will pport a weight of willingu admit that the coning contest in the prcvinutly given un New Orleans.
, acc m P) sbe d IUld pr+tfpcted. '.i pounds, will not support ten when .lucvd| intbo South will bierv violcut. and tljnt4Although! ,i'l would consider involvji::: disgrace and ruin. propo-ilion, seemed to be so fair; liberal These -
q.' Qri' .Tha\.itit the duty of .11; true I 'mal. ) is ri. il.. We wotld j'lin with them counsel with the m, ,, nornble l
I vicinity of a "tlrn\'c ) ;; for IJniou} : ratty ourn:: ally sir''ii:er, : that ii} completely disarmed bil\
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: I. 4efeditors,">nd ability their to suspicions with his as to his, integrity i.I ST AU GUS TN E : .' Ki kijover. the Pail. I I A ii,ivnHlc j. SlUtc. Piror.x; A Lixe p:zybr. J.- V. C* S i; ";

:: i 1 comply contracts. In- 'I I It'i rumored lliat! Billy B.iwlegs hitS ordered the editor nEttle:KjJrtun M--dicalSurjjicjl J-JUr.

'J'qd<<; he completer! satisfied them that he ,Saturday, Oct. 19, 1850.: I We have, taken, upon ourwjyes the libertyof I nil I, who is now'orfa visit to Europe,
givitsa1g" 'Yead.
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,was inca pill3 of 1\i diahonorablo transaction. .. u convention of the citizens of the Evergluilcs
\ copying from the Jacksonville. Republican interesting in his editorial'
: '' description
1 mc1 :..lIowlnnci & Apinwall I i in of constitution correspondence
: hail cxp esrdntrcy ITIr C.ibL'lI In hl own County. that I Florida i for lhc lyrmation n from Holland, of the
a communication of Gen. Hernmdez to l manner j in
:: "tlJcmicln.J satiliUeJ with his great !>u- The county of 'Jefferson has the honor of I!I ( rranev.Sattqic. : called, Ahop'wpopka andthatth1l which the lake Hea.irlem is being drained by .
: '; ( in article of-ours"-written
2fl.sI qunlijcftdo ruid weru paper reply tp an
J. ., ITIIIIIIJIU cash claiming the citizenship of the lIon. E. C. : make application admission steam engines, and its water: sent to the sea. Sot
J tiht i nit
drafts l he and
might: draw on them, retrnrdlcssofthe printed before the passage.of'tho bills,
1 Cabell. The of tat the Buwlel's I and Sjin "Six miles from Amsterdam i* the., inland ill
his !
V ameunt.' French's New Mijority: Major opponent I' f nexf congress.
I' York called a Compromise, in which,'we -then said J, j J & ti &fr eft'Jones 1 11&1 Haarlem, 21 miles long by U in width
I ,'lraf's suddr-nly rose in value! and! import in th.it county at this election is 120, and the citizens gencrally. r\JJndcrslood ,
that the the which hr hundred 1
: Whig Delegate from :Florida to e years ago, was found \o\ .
: t Uince, and parsed, as current fir their faceaub at the congressional 1 election in 1848: the majority to be ucctdedtr in.ftvor of "tnrj'.q'-inlefceTttOI1If ." beperccp'ibly increasing by shooting its .
: I \' as Louisiana State B-ink bills ,Nashville Convention, bad said, "that a conviction / ____ waters niuv
: for Guv. Duval the then Democratic further and further, and covering up tho
The merchants' 'Plmusylvauia
: ware nnxujus to exchange then rested upon his mind that the JCIccliua.
oods! for them tho ct'nJidatcS but 17. If none changed, their The Democrats have elected 15 and l land, threatening the first c mmorcial port ofthe
QI..tcrrruster./ll.l'.lrt- South will finally have to adopt measures for the realm with destruction bv (lowing inupjn bet
1 <:hut were willing' In receive votes, but disappointed office seekers what 9 members of Both ,
; them in ,- Wigs Congress.: branches
: mytjurnt : its own eafety, :and that ""0 have yet. to its back. Various schemes at that remote cp- ,
\, (with individual 1 endorsements; ,) for,such a host of applic:mts there mud have been. of the Legislature are democratic. ,/ xh devised able councullora tic
-- learn the views were by U> f
in that stay
::11 I Mich article.-! a* they had to spare.: And hate, change : gentleman's ,Ohio Elcetio *

,I Kt: usrcnnrJc, Fiench! hail an'order, to call on Major Dcard In Ills County. w thus tlprelsedOur'readers for whose ben- :! the threatening; danger. Taree Duch engineer rtI
1 hal! This Genilemm is citizen of Leon As far as heard from the Den'ocrats, have. acknowledged ability, proposed draining *
elcptl'tt1J.'n: for of ; n County.In ,
as Colt's
many : pi lull ant we have inserted this lclterwill nON learn '
and off Ihe first raising it
gained one the. Whigs two Congressmen.It waler by wind-mills lc1nil
1 .. ''S the Government;, had no particularjlrh! \i ctchaleuso 1848, the Majority of Mr. Cabell over Gov.Daval ,j the change in that' entleman'lI: views,and have' i.s supposed the Whigs have a majority in Tliey: are entitled to remembrance, for having
1\ ':: fo>, and. to them the I, .
1 \ contract price. get In short lit gSvernRsnt in Leon was 86. 'fhi&lyen.r. it i is reducedto the satisfaction knowing tile grounds whjich both blanches of the LegislatureMail : / suggested: the plan adopted in 18 W for nY, r- r 21
one '
: !VJXKWS obtain every was 28.e Gen Hernandez thinks it \ Ilobbcry. tin if an impending calmly.Heven cetY
: to French's drafts und did obMM now unnecessary
__ _, __ sinrte
I It delay being no longer
n few tuo of them. safe heHouth. The mail was robbciUnst night betweenMJadelphia ,years
ox to for the
many adopt measure '
("H=> :: Zt:1"d: safe canal dill around the whole -
I a was ctrcumferunce -
Fr. ch nnd his party departed: in peace for : ( :. E.= r;=- ,:ic s. Every f ecman is cnth and_ Gary's Ferry Toe bags conog of thj lake averaging 800 feet in IW'V
:ht'kLd ofguhl, doubtless( well pleated with ..- .:sc = o :!. .. < :J&':( .the mail made up at New York for
= .. 0 3 ion, and, whan that ., width by ten deep. Threo monster enginesTho : '!
the profitable! speculation! ho had 4nade in selI 1t fj2gP.c 3fSoo ft": I ; (.heeling, St. Louis and other -
-I it1Ne\vYork : ...' ,.., I pressed war -riftod-an4 '. ;t, "
; drafw Wcditors '
left .
? : I l't '" i--k* ** f ct aparteacb.fnhvtb i 'elght lJ>>n "
1 Jtt. : .,.. r"II'' ri1h 'tiittie r.mey .had .. c ned< The letters have been found strous pump All! thu pistorasaM rafcp at% 1I

a %OtI their muich. or adoption I t 'it over one hundred thousand dol-! once, at every revolution of ttte michincry i

ing that they might. 'never find a less: liberal waive th.1nr ur ircontents havelen c\rrie..toff.: raising 15,000 gallons of water, which is emptied .- I,
$ tIS present, w* __________ .
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t i ':tMor.r.-r when they 11IuP property to SI JI.- ... ti urthcr frouf'tIie'OfsIo*Election.The ito the canal, whence it U hastened ou :
CJI : ,
"" t.l: :JII o w and his fcasonsT
r simply agtinst ehal1Cs '
:IJsit; their toldrjn dreams were destined W ba "'ODc Cc w08a protest result is as folImvsfnind Whfgs 'nine by fourth eajine fanter than it would other >i

"short duration,.;for ill a few t short xvcc.ks in his views, as being conclusive, Democrats, GIDDIXGS: Free Sfyler* TOWJSKSD:' wise move to the Zuyder Zee,and thus it reach- 1

w .v?y !learned that 'o\v Yot k French drafts nra and that satisfactory in to require us, 'u/o cease Abolitionist, and Johxstoj, Independent as t es the sea fifteen miles distant. In April, 1849/ \:

..\ better than: New Orleans French. drafts.! t.I: taS -t.l: 'I .13 CQ.: .j,0... '_- further discussion of the vexed questions. Congressmen. the pumps, worked by three of thu. mijchtijrt .
t.l: Q Q .
u.t both :arc alike worthless. ) Ow Ic Ow 2" t
UnfJrtunatcly S3: steam, engines perhaps ever contructi'J, were ,1 heiv'
TheLetter! lludttd to will bf7u'nLl on our
i':: them this great financial is C' j" VOICE OF TEXAS. ,
operator very r03 set in motion, and up to this date, July 25th, :
f j ;XoblMy) beyond the limits of this State, PUt.; t nC first page, and far ready reference, we heat insert Those who have: been so cenfident that: Texas 185: have lowered the contents vf>> tha lake '- ot

p J t 1 ::ng in successful( operation those peculiar go- t g | s'is _0. e i'' : : 1.:1: ? f.j the following extract J would bu bribed and bulled into t' e rclin seven feet. By next April ii a aniticipatn .'

l'; ahead indomitable: ) and percvcfing qualities .. Q.t: : I."to'zgresshaviz& fully carried cut, in the re- quishmunt oIlier territory will find no comfort that the bottom will bo>> fairly ,exposd, and all '3''vt

". "or which he was salJ to bo distinsuislu-i'.and: of 5 ciF'a organizing new territorial' Gov'rnmsnls, in the follOwing; ffomopo oilier IO:1dinpllpars; the water conveyed away front this,1 antTcrrf'

,vhich' had so completely challenged theirnilmiratioh I... I ... : at the seat of government;, the Austin: Stale Gazette. basin. All! this is executed at the cxpcntt/ot "' (
\ w I: : = CtI&.1 =: ...... the.Doctrine: of non-intervention an '
r .
: .. passed
n short time since. C) .t.. cr..' ........ .Government.", inby
,. Thus commenced, and'thus luwendcdCapt. 2.= ? *-* act for the more effectual surrender of fugitive It i is new placed beyond doubtithat\ Pcarce' .
MOST DwTnEssisc Evzxr.have fastV i
irker II. French's !financial operation in slates, I deem it tube our drily,as good and faith- bill, fixing the north-western, boundary of thi'.. of ooctirrcnce Frf .! 0*
t i heard a nlIstdistresiSg tnif
:: which turns bo -- State, ha j received the sanction -
xas1 : out td n of Congress ;
t swindling 0&1t & ... .. fill titizensi to cease all further discussion of the ; : of the mistake- *'
t ntiunfrom, f' : g \ city, arising out an apbthr- i
t.lc:; is law.
and In few it
: { brgiuning: to end. %Vo. venture : :1 w. now a a days will be coin-
!, "i say that the liko will never ajrain ,occur' i in I t.IQDc ONODR i www.- vexed questions and in a spirit of patriotism to municated in an official form.to the Govcrnoe. J j',I cr,"'* )'IJUll". m.in. Mu Aunt Ji.-Nrll, daughter .

I .Vtstcra '..''exas.. : 't :-5"_ 5S f unite with our hitherto distracted brethren of the We are satisfied that he will immediately there-1 L 1 ct'Jos; Null, residing at 206 attack Fitzwatar-street,

: The; victims pf 1 tills 'swindler in our section 1 :g : (') .... Northi in our Zest efforts for the advancement and afterplace i it before the .people for( their consideration had been ill with a billious Herpysi- .J
her convalescent
o1I3 : & .... cian, last evening.. finding ,
ire men known to be 'Iioncstt industrious and I '. (It "" c Ow 0 cDba tD' 011 Ms Union"Tht and'pall upon them to decide at the uror
perpttuiiy. of gloiout a prescription fur a few grains quinine *"
1 gnu
rugal, and thfs! loss falls heavily I ballot box updn'its acceptance or rejection. *

I I, 3in. ". very upon # ':- I COs>> AfalIdtVlij{: specimens of the actiari ofI They constitute the proper :and only(!- itimatu prescription was taken to the drug store .' b\

J Accord uour Kithefto dislracted brethren J the yJTtla't in tribunal to of Dorelght:. ChaUlb rlain' curner.of. Ninthanti Shipr -
i. ing fajllio Houston Telegraph, a ganujf t=' I I past authontlvely upon its provisions w
; I t:1..i: .j. K ? and in the absence of Dr. C.Sv4in is out
1 I : thieves huVo bren tt B : null to them it will t be submitted 'If r
stealing cattle in .the CICD. SC : < _. carrying ont "An act for.the more ejfeatual surrender they V'
.. of town, a nun in his store, la IJ
'l '!cighbprho6d; ;of Houston which they sold in rc eM.0 r fugitive slates", will serve to shew the err in judgment the give,the consequenceswill mistake; young' give '31. 1JIr.
counties :! be then and mirphine. LAThe "
of.Antngorda; and Brazorra. upor\ ) :the generations: to succeed .
I m c E "spirit of patriotism" that exists at the North. ; dose was :administered at 7 P. M. QT -- '
On. the -1th ihst., Licuts. Garnctt, ? mith and I Io.Ica-: : ca f: : -sa. them* \Vc( trust that an enlightened patriotism
'Jr> un, of(tin U. S, Topographical Engineer:: ,- I -- "C'"CII' =o We do not wish to be understood as saying, may guide us (11{ in tin attainment of a the arrival I of her physician,Dr-s.uftln, in tbe I[

rrived San; = r>> sat. and honorable result-Kino thit evening,he tlifcovl"red50m 4 I uuol'.1mtol1 *, ,\t
Itt Antonio Texasvith a party .. that this spirit of patriotism t as exhibited in shall not I t
forty men, nfter an absence of three months .. H5o5Sco: l. a.. the declarations of Press; endunjie. our prosperitycrr tarn).;;h, the golonVt and on inqury being nvidc, dicovcr d the fa'j
a an followidg the :
s. .o.. 30... 2 pervades .fal error. The youa< !hid! became speedily
j J n half, during which () thajjast. we believe, for the re\suwl. tf
,they were engaged, 4 0.. _... _...'.:.! tt '.I ..... all 'classes there but, time will show have vary i.I. Dr. Carter, ano'her physician was .
we be done the "
T examination of the Rio Grande river '''' -", ...sa 0 already given, : ",'o":A : () whether the do riot Yall. called in, and everything possible was doge, J
:;m Presidio ilcl! None down to some distance : One> C S"i majority pr adoption of this proposition: for it brings with ,

.':low the mouth' of the San Podro-over; 400( _fl4)4-. -'_:) ... -:s. I To our Democratic friends we say; 'let us it those elements insecurity, which will, after bUt without ciff ct. and at one o'clock! this raor-\ SI

0 ..,ties by," the meanderings of tlu' rivers Bulown Ototft-=- = n _" .,.. 'f continue united, for the. fulfilment of the letter a while, gather& sufficient strf n th to overwhelm 01": 1ii yutIr ;.: laity diJ. \. :
Resort had to the tlvanic and
.. was, battery
t M"3rg. ; Ii
and the whole
:= Carla Jllt'ro arc no s-'itllements the :) us Southern pcaple in ,
on C1t
: and spirit of the COXSTITBTIO, obtain tl\t: then ohcr uicriv.tble( her
CI.--:, the every : means restore, I
'J Grande; the I Hid near the river is broken ; deepest calamity, to bo followed up by
,. I 1 ::'o frightful ruvines, and the surrounding ... 9. I.-- (.9 O= will: fdlldw (he "perpetuity of this! glorious U.: complete destruction. even altiT denth! ; and for a time it was hoped I

!:!talry! is sterile and rugjed! in the extreme. "=rn 3 .3 X:: t3 *.*O... CJ .u4 rf s* mono" It' is in our judgement, jjriit the entering! ; tint. :she WAS saved; but the powerful 4rughadAp -
Oft..B" Q its fatal influence
'thc river, so tbr as'cxruninccl by the party, ..:.. Q.3c"a. .- --.-.=-,. FUGITIVE SLAVE BILL wedge to further and! still more startling en- Th'ictim tMd of this s.id too nurely. lovely, I.t
error was a
', sents for r. !>* 3 3 croc.i" hmcnts Southern :institution nrrd' ,
t no facilities narigationnd It.i.i is.ihful f-c3 n' =rift BOSTOH, Oct. 1,1850. upon ,,
C licJj.-the cirntort of her Ihr.I''l.'J
human! enterprise and ingenuity can: sa.3' e. There is great rxcitement, both here and at should be resisted nvo to tho lust ex1C lrcnli'} young farce circle whj parens t
by :a lire tnrourn into t
'rr make it so. The officers and men were =,' ::J ::J.e. Worcester felative to the reclamation of fu' this bill r'ceithe rincfi n! ot'tluit pClJpr '1 ':

.: "''o enjoyment cxccllcnthealth[ although wt.llVe gitive slaves. At Worcester, two slave owners will be vain hereafter to talk/ nh'iut rC"litanCtJ tite Ueepes'ifiirf tile mhnehulv! te nmntioa .i, t
lit her lit( 'fiR .
.\ ? "' ---a' pretty roujh lime in their exawdJ.arJ1Cu. :- .. ... arc prowling about with a view of catching to th ,
._.. : (., IIMS ,led to ire is abut 22: yiMM'uf ay?.. .
; -4h .Aboliltunist-j. I I
t ... -. : --:--, -, -!, n.-.f"'srt4'..lbi'Jf tmt1.iiu ..nM'aUy. our l& acceptance kn nud *
: -- seal the bond of 11. 1w. arainfitrri 'd, rtttarljr fi>tith% i'i. ;;
--- to our dapertdanCt.-nntl strtijecilonto
: -- determination mit
-- a not pCI t :
_I FROMTEXAS. - \ have: nu officiaL returns from any of the express be taken awar. A Urge number of fugitive any Northern men, who must :tlw'iy hsre'nJter C"Nac.r w.11 huM an inque' >t on the body,and / .

\ "i;',the -ai rival( of the steamership; Galrcslnn, other co ntie!, it is, however rumored, that slaves in this city met last evening at the Rv. control the central government and who will I the nvtttT: w II. we pres-ime t be fully invttlga -
.teJ. t'hil Etc. UulUlin
i ;4v, Placeat New Orleans papers! from Galftoi Beard; has. a majority of 50 In Hillsborough, Mr. ZSnowc'en'.church. and appointed a committee not be backwa d ousthciirrcsprjnsib'cfpowfr: I

I have been received to the 27th ult. in riveting: thc'chains for .\tl.iehy have hld I
their ;
to measures to ;
concer. recapture.
120 in Jefferson, and a majority in K.umltonand prevent EtJitnJtT&A elopumt as unaceountTibleas '-
Tne Gjiveston Newt learns that cotton out limbs.! Let them roiled lou 'andwell
crop There are now about 300 fugitiveilavesin our us, ,
Levy, while on the other hand, Madisoni it j ii reprehensible:! is just now disturbing a
,arouh the country had suffered and issuffcrA this city. matty of whom arc in business upon the step ve sliould take in this important ni hborhood. About -
>> Ihres months -
;sns'.ly: : from thclongcontinut'd'drouht.- i set down! for 103 fur Cabell* and Gadsden: and have families. ,matter.: It i iJ presented to IH,ud Lr th J ago a
.ymm;: nun r. tie.- nod or
s ::hou'.two months since they !Itavc had any 150. Ofthe MumUe'rs to the Legislature the WORCESTER, Mass., Olf. I, 185. drawn sword and at the muzzle of till' ranriori; tiniihed i-duc.tiion, re.hedthil comely city reputed from"13al.! ,

i 11 i.ilveston, nnd the drought has: been ofjH D 'mocrat.4 have gained 2 Senators and 2 Representatives There is considerable eicitcment here,owing:I and subniissien is required us uulertlunDs. timorc. Haviiu no mnitiiuf3pp.Jrtan'.1* hcin

longer continuance, in many parts of the to a that there ire two slave catchers In; insolent display coercion. This alone would ;
report unable afitr ii l
add these Senator a"c'r iluyVlml to obtain
\ to gained em
':r:1: '.Y. It is not probable that tho! ,cotton willcally town,'inquest fugitives, it being well known buenoUghj. in ulmost any countrr on earth
I I ploym nt, bis u ele, it ironn somewhat
I !: exceed half an' average crop. The last year in Le'ongives the Senate to the Pa. that there are a great number of runaway with the least pretensions to freedom and anceii in yars,whom h 'Kad nJ- .

J i}. sr cans is, however,very (fine, and promisesI' mocrats, and reduces the Whig mijority of slaves among the colored population selfrcspectto cause it to be spurned with in fur the .fi'l lime only, sen on him his arrival -"

"I'J favorably than fortteveral yea is past. ballott of last session down SrxmcriELD Oct. 1 1850. dignation.& .We have yet to seo whether the gave ontt
15 to ,
on joint ; w iti ig to do,'inrt f. r rem.)!)' r itiun allowed hin '
!Mu Civilian, on }he contrary, snys that 'the people of'reus arc prepared to submit to all!
There i, excitement here in consc-
5. Dade county which was Democratic last, great his bo4rd, lodgings, &c., in his family. The
.', of the coilon in Texas continue this, and deliberately invoke thcmsclvos! !
;; t;1 ;5 crop of the supposed uf slave upon
", :;-'i favorable. It is not expected that the L- Ji lal:1r.: is doubtful. ns is Ejcambia: County catchers.qtifiice The colored: people jlresenco Arc urmin and children unnumbered evil and unuteraLlu[ younz all m.'ui remained steadily at work/eschew."
in- irrr ular,
; III;t will bo a Very full one; but is very good, with tho \VhitVo have heard nothing The town hall is thronged by thousands of shame.: creditable habit, and intfinpvratc I.e became,. or otherdi.finally so.-

'"' 'nJj-.vill probably: piy better tlun a heavy crop from West Florida ns yet. :The Whigs calculate excited people who appear determined thai: esteemed by his protector and! relatives, as
j vs-iTigaii over supply. slave shall be taken from: ARREST or ANOTHER SLAVE ACDL-CT on.-Of-
in/creased/ majorities over the I lust not a Springfield, to be frequently d for his
Si J, J :\ ;Jt.lic: meeting was held nt San Augustine, upon I\wor: no law. There will tto hind fightingif ; fict' Adams arrested a free negro named \Vm.R. I. duct. quo' vxsmpl try con-

i d p I Ilir? 7th ult., to actiupon: a resolution! offered election in the Wc.st. Tho Democrats think it i it attempted. About fifty fugitive slaves Murry, from Philadelphia on Monday last, aunt, a IIWAS l.idy much particulirly his elder, and atteiitivu to his
of the net of Ur. Cabell will not as large a vo'c in thft who has been for months not a Hun lar
: i1 i .1 previous! meeting approving get/ are residing here. some past addressing Passed that when the
couple attencd d
I,, '!.Texas Senators ii voting; for the Pttarcc West as he did before. Thus wo wag-wait THE: FUGITIVE SLAVE J4A.w.-The Pittsburg n ntimb' off I tiers to a negro worn:in named service, the nephew was not their dirt ho :,
seen at side
: .;U. After considerable discussion; a ,cries.ufes and read Newspaper I that the held! in Henrietta Thomas, belonin to 11 r. O. Z. Mon with book
.' with time patience ere, acme Gazette says public,meeting IC modestly: I carried under one
,,'lotions was oileicd as a substitute.tj.o castcr, of our town, in which} he promised tn do arm
from New York will someday or other that city, to oppose the fugitive; slave law, and the othcr arm dutifully extended to his rel!
: of those resolutions condemned the"tii.rcc ;was one of the Iatgsstetct held id Pittsburg, ovorything, hii power to effect her escape ative.Thus. '
I bill-anoihor declared that tho bounda7 bring U9! the result rf the election1 in Fldrida; from Mr. M.Yc have no doubt that l/r. Hurry -
and was addressed by some of the place; : matters the
.L progressed, uncle
j .... declared I --- -- will with his rejoicing' .
law 183C1nrM = meet reward and
4 : of T xas as by the of : that dus justice "
them the whig loco, ;and nitlr'e candidates I j n an amiable accessor
l h'3 rcscctcd-notlzer that for a. vnJuabJti Icy AVc J i Product rrtonroe Co. among will buVlonc! him,and lesson taught those : hisifamily; circle,loa
for Cdngfess: aunt ceaseless in her of
19r ,:uiJuifiiun: ; the people of? Texts might dis- Beard, 143 who would interfere with the vested rights of ew', character, and! general approval education dear neph-

,'*jc of territory north of 34" 09-I hat south of Cabell /H-Beard's rrt jorUjr 4 property in our District-The letter state that himself and the

r: lino: it might be conquered, but never M. D. Pnpy, 153 Governor of South Carolina. members of Congress would aid in effecting; the stoic nephew, until bearing all encomiums like ft
on an last
1: .!rc' \ -another of thv resolutions declare I [). Sv Walker, 45-Papy's rrtijorHy 105 We perceive by the Charleston, papers, that escape,.though we hardly think that any can just after thu hush eyil>> md'day- Friday we (learn'

I :>; iPlhu :laic tncssegc or-'Ir.' [Fillmore xvas I Senator, J P. Baldwin. (Dem.) 158. )Col' James, Gadsdvn- gentleman favorablykhcpvn be so lost to a sense of propriety;-the Irtters breakfast tabtea lar departure from hi

I .tended! intimidate, it ,has f&ikd of its L Temple Pent 41-Baldwin** maj. 117 arc now in the possession of Mr. Adams 1 to wh. u trunkjreached h hou: .

.. "tP! itlie
I ,:<>:l1, but A stronger| attachment; to the State! "' P
'!V-as. The question) was up.)n the adopays Florida, has been put in nomination for the project into effect. The matter however, will teats, was' rcturne.l with its con- #
;: Tiic Ansricau ?1 or at Illy lYIl1dcal to the vehicle tht bat.
( : IJf these ri.solutions ts a substitute fo0hctUIU:1 Governorship of the State. We are glad to undergo a further investigation.-Georgetown brought it. Two children
.,'\ : uppro"m (,t ;the voto of our))en Eicvc\v, And choir Siuscr'e; conipaiiioii. (S. C.) Adcocate. were then called
sea this, both on account of the high esteem into the halilittle! boy and r.lrl-l1nd
i 'jll P.arce lIm. ,"Whtn the 1ti;>n wa 5 I h*vin'been -
; entertain for Col. Gadsden and affording admonished in & fcr>li.* .m.................... _
: : ,, ', !t the San Augustine; IIerI4"i dmiicalled This pcrio'dlcil devoted to tho elevation of I I we : as FROM C.\ FOltSIA. behave well' until their- -- ---n '''

i.'S. 4 (f\\ 1 lur, anillhesubViiuXJ! rictiviHl an indication. that, Carolina appreciates A letter in the New York Journal of Com with father' returned! tth.
df the
: ai.l
; church Music, : the projresi art 1 nephew his admiring aunt ..
. .: J :1 I i'adapted by! U large majority edited Professor J. B. Woodbury the i importance of the crisis which is now up merce, in speaking-of the fight between the threshold,since.: which tinu crowed the '
is -
by they have '
i ,'.ifM: $ i;- K. Lf\vi!, bearerrjjrdcsphi'ciicst. I generally, authorities and the squatters at Sacramentocity not beeu
on us, and sees the necessity calling to her s'cn, nor directly| heard from.
:: :t." rlhe G4tn. 'lll'(*Qvcrlllnent} Gqvr ((1:11; ar- of New York city, and costs 50 cents says"The : No caujnof

t ..;,n\t2\t Gnlvcston bv the GtJy: <,ston. :lie b.ars per annum. The' October Number now before counsel,, and placing in her highest ,offices. squatters assert their claims with dissatisfaction had WU alleged ,by the wife, no -

I j : .1 "."-ainf.cnticatcdcooy of tho Texas: boundary Music her best citizens, and securing the services of I heard of ,great suspicion before "' entertained, and '
contains ot pertinacity.
t us a compressed History one man who bad not th.j least word brexplaniilon'wte I
'. : IUI I 'no,I. '* / I from1' the French of Choron, a very interesting her truest Patriots and bravest ,sons. Educated squatted on a lot which Ceptain SUUer had sold hind. A lady and gentleman! lsrra'.rr, "
Ncws from crossed th*> ,
Galvcs'nn )earns: gentlemen"om :
fTo West Point and favorite Aid of Gen. and on which the purchaser
v f Lind at a proceeded to river, early that day in ft
,' sfl: Austin, tliat-Tcjn rts I hid leached that account of the advent Qf Jenny build a four brick'House. buggy; ther were ,

: I :'IU.(4! ttftU a lurge I) ml>>.-rof li\\ hans t-f cJifl'er- and it also! c<.tnnlnllOmtt of the most sweet Jackson dunn: the !ast war with England, did not QUit the story premises! but lay The there squatter, suspected but as ,th. pair and pursuit wu made .
to no
. ,"u| tribU.. wrro ninkinpa-eencrfl rendezvous (':'nr.d cflcctivc music., In this No. the piece and one of those who' fought by his side at up in his blanket, for most of the wrapped time-, 28. purpose-S/., Louis InttUigmcr, &!JI4' '

.. {.i ';:: i i' nci l lb)) .
. : ., ;'";-riy'O -r'I'%tHnl l"os'. n I itilt, In-Ioy tic! one thus qualified to command, as her exec went up with it; and when my informant left A GOOD DIVIDESD.-The M'yesterday I
than the of the work.
value cost
t C:" l1\nanclie: K-aU oU| Buy.ua. Their ol'j: (-el more he was built up to the third claiming the declared B<
II utive officer at such a period as the story a dividend of ten
". :, u "'to''Vt', : ;" ba to. mike However: a general, tlus ix-porw descentirtlUinents. is I Will he pay the forfeit? would afford a pretty significant proof to the 'r soil 1"and' all above it on the common law. principle from the profits of the last six monj .ptt.. .cant Thil, .-! -
'u latv makes :
,1 enemies ef the' South, that, that gallant. and twenty per cenl, for the fast .
; i 4.t: ':I\t'4rt: : 1 rniiii'Iy! free from doubt. I Mr. Cnbell, said: in one of his letters publish chivalric State Intends to be, fully prepared I The Bank of Brunawirir,h._.. .1..,..year..1-__ _, "
A-itouiu! x:1n that the Caniar.- --- --- U I.rN a
: Th9Siu says before tlsction. 1 against the coming contest, and means to main POCKET PIECES. Dividend of fire per eelat, for the
I last sj
: i ,,.'."! i.\11H i i.'iVI: lieretoiuro: manifested! I a friendly Senator Gwin has x mom.AugustChron. :
-"1"jif towards" "--- -[the German safttlers :at i"ltk'i.i.tr !- ] "/ will venture my election that there are not 6 I I11n tain the proud position she has taken in the brought forward a measure -I 4' &nlej
: Vanguard of her sisters of the South, in the I most important to commerce,viz: that huge
I );!' :: and that vicinity. have lately jivpjiidteati !1| *1& in ths Slate who formerly supported me, who I noble stand which they have taken against rectangular gold: coins of the values of from, Capture of II 81artr.-capr. 1I0pner. of the

I 3 II/ ": .: ; ns of hostile int ,ntion. A Gor-1'>twill go against me nov; except those who are dis- Northern encroachment and Federal! tyranny.Patriotism 1',000, be struck at the mint or id branches: barque Home. which arrived here OQ Suedaf'

i :. .i /: :J.n '..,;' but It few: days since killed on the' safis/ied wish fans appolnlmznl made or'' supposed, The shape is assumed, so aa to maku the coins on the 19th ofAugust, in 100t. 1,3 min. foa."a.
.w'.bV them, and a large number of horses 'I' convenient for in dei 47 rein. \V.. fell in ,
>> packing boxer, ;for heavy with the
i luenct. One of two .
to be made through my / briAm,
driven j jV. Polka. late :t.
to Mf. Craig
: :J ;: ,niiojt. ; t transactions at home and exchanges abroad. a Br.tzilialslaver .
:. : things i li certnin. Mr. Cabell has either lost Edward McCradjr, Esq. for many: years They arc to be struck of refined gold, ( the British steamer 8hrrpshooter. -hich prize 10 the

-' Britannia tubular: bridge t* no'w Com- the vaer, or there arc upwards of 100 such District Attorney of the United States in Richmond Ernquirer) of uniform fineness says, and. I her oft Fort AbcayelCoast of Brazil.czsprured'

.. ; of JCCI 1,865. Kachnf the DISSATISFIED nj'i in Jefferson, 53 in Columbia, Charleston, South"; C.-irolira, has rr.signed 1 that with appropriate legends; and devices onboArd\ the Polka were in Tliote"
.. -, -i a cost ; on each a stab of
', .. ,wdplts 13,000 I6tis, and the \ihulenmMifJ I I 48, in (L-o.i. itf in Nassau, and 18 in Key West. office, he WILL not hold any office in which he I, side, the values conspicuously marked, and the I starvation and CApt...1Iupoet "ate of
uin .
i !
: .. :.:,)\ .; (all; picr containing n.- mass, : ofoftOOO0 II How man} in .ohcr: sssctigns, \ the.. state. may be required to do any act in conflict with inscription "Liberty ,and "United States .of' withYllter and pruYISlons. T1 lupplteJ. Polka wu theta.th

i cubic feet. not vet known., the higher d till he owes to his StAt:!. America. ." doubt full of slay IS. tJhe
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Afj U.\UA. : Colt in CarY:;;HM.:;';The President; i in; c ..nsequencei : m 1y mH! !JV1i1f 1E. Notice.- -- '; Florida Land Agency. :

:j W. find Ihe following call in tbn .Athens of the failure of the California mint bill, 0 I A II perJOUS having: any claims or demanJd I I flM HE undersigned ss Agent Ttr the respect .
141) 8hbtr tn which Is appended a Ion* list has determined to send-out on able jssnycr, ST. .\UGUSTI ll, E. F. against the estate (HEXKY Kix: >nxc, late of St. 1 I JL proprietors offers for sale exceedingly re*" ..f.

] .-rl. tt breathes the spirit of true man Lift! enable him tp avail himself of the facilities Johns,deceased,as creditors, heirs,legatees,or other- ,I ablcitcrm,the following lands among which are M .. t :
which a well known and much trusted private l.- Tim I.ST1I flLlSIf.11NI' I n\- wise, are hereby notified to present them to' the subscriber of the most valuable Cotton Sugar sad Teba.. ,

1 lTJ1Rk: 1iJnJo.-A meblmgof the citiJrf an,iy csullishioenl may afibM him, for sup- i i;rt;}_ j ing,, undrr.'ono Thorough! It..pu.'i (IIii;' within two years from the date hereof,or they lands in the State. ( ;
1 Henry Count, il earnestly. solicited! plll11g..in some measure: the want cfn mint.I protein season, h nov re.-idy) for will be fererer barred. And persona indebted to the IN THE ARREDONDO GRANT

..j& plsce at the Court-Houss, on Monday ': ie amyrr ...iIIlJe permuted to put the Unitedelatrsjrtnmp reception ot Cn1np: n/! '-FAMILIES I I ANt estate are required make immediate payment. AUCBTA COCSTT. .
: of October next, at four o'clock r. N. the under TRANSIENT EOAllbElCS: have F. BRIDIER Administrator.S.pt. T9.K 18 Sections .
.. 4Uh on gqld money assayed can spacious 13. 1850. i i ; 11,14,15,22,23,24,36.1In :
tfe.:purpoi*'of urging: upon Ihe Governor his direction. The assav'tablisliment' selected Apartments -., ., 9," 19 i." 2.3,8,10.11,12,13,14.2 -

: fOBf St tste l !ntt wersslll of; calling n State1MIot br the Govonment 'ftthat of Mofh't & Co., itOIUfI, Airy, Clean, :'iJ Ne1flc Notice. 34,35, 30, 18,21.17,27..
for ih) purpose! of determining at'fian lt clf .1 ol ". 1 i x :Months after date I shall present my account 69.
Francisco; which firm is in high repute 1 turn lalsed ban: ion ) -
er we ought longer to submit to North- there and here.IcsEAsz Nothhlt: 'Vall till;:. J a nJ vouchers Administratrix of the rtateof In 920. ; "- 19.22.26,27,23.29,30, 3X "
Charl McMaindeceased of Pro-
rcniw, .Jr demand at once a reroiofthoie The House is well knowir, ns bein:: rc' enlly : to the Judge ,. 3334.
1., that havn often CATHOLICISM ExcLA D.-The Built view bate vf Alaehua County for n final settlement of said la 9 21 ; 15,19,20,21,22,28,29,131 C.
., rights we so. b. OF I' ExorcMsIy with! a to th ; nccum- estate and shall at the linn fur letters of ,
same apply
Iw wire guaranteed to us by the COSTITTJ.wbicb Philadelphia Herald states that from statistics odation of InculiJi: nnd others being entirely JisrnibSi'on as such Administratrix of which all In 10" 18 .. 32.33,34.!
4 1 .. is alone the bond Union,.-an J fur rocently published, it appears that ftyears,: bush of Wood!, with Rooms connecting; Folding interested in mid estate will take notice. persons ; 2J.10.I1,15.22,23 34,35.36. ,- 26. 27

ctoUke into consideration, whether we since, the number of Roman Catholics'in England ; Doors, &c., which renders it Free froin MARY McMAIN.Administratrix. la" 10" 19 7,8,17,19.2030 J

vl asbmlt to have that Constitution almost was 80,00, or osiesixty.thirdofthe entire Dampness. Fireplaces, Blinds! In windows la" 10" 20 ;; 13,14.16,23,29. '

ilir violated and trampled under foot by a population: It is now reckoned at one million, through,op ri"g! on Pinzzi Promenade Two June 1st. 1850. In" 10 .lj" 1,2,3.4. 5. 6.7,8."J10,11. I ,

*1tt majority.jfcbopt or one-fiflrenlh of population. The number Hundred Feet. Protection from Rain", Cold J. Ulcllobcrt Baker )\ 12,13,14.15, IS, 22,2G, 31.
An4 believe thai n full meeting of of Catholic! churches built in England in Wind ,&c., forming u desirable RETREAT from ATTORNEY ., COUNSELLOR, In" 10" 22 ; 61819. "
i(aeorruptable citizens of Henry will be inH.eJ&nre each decade, 'is 16 fron 1800 to 1810; 20 from confinement at nil !seasons l of tha ycnr- AT*LAW.JACKSONVILLE In" 11" 18 ; 2*. .
"u awea" by threats oCthe "Ar. 1810 to 1820;39 from 1820 to.183$90 from 1830 The House is situated fating South in central E. FLA. IK" 11" 15 ; 1,2,9.11,13.1,16.17,181.!' ..

rw.4Navy," unterrifiedM br hints of North- to 1840; and lau from 1840'to:I860, nearly as position, and retired, from other Dwellings WILL practice in the Courts of the Eastern Circuit, 212330.
monte 40 tcalter$ destruction in our many having been built during'the last 10 years Tho Houe contolniA45Roofas., with additional in Hamilton county .f the :Middle Circuit in Bento. la" 11" 20 ; 7.18,2U.S3.Sl.ii.3 of 25
fI ;ton'aJf'eI.u": tfa>lN>. i&&.4ufstiii \ A ware erected in the previous The churches ,Parlours iMMM&Uiag. 1oomt.and con- and Hillsborough counties of the Southern Circuit, inthe 27ii,33, N 1-hf 36-
1! :;; tti bvd fpcAkcrtmny Le expected to' recently= bUtttmor.ov.s,. aca, .tld tp be i.-Rle ijn r t 71U1aOCl3tion, cannot Supreme Cogrt at Tallahassee, aol the UnitedfitatearvDistrrct In"l1u 21 ; .",11,12, 13, 14,15r
ela enendance.Abbeville. more spac'iouan3 costly tbnn those of the j Frc- ;:'r.-surai fwurt f for the Northern District .f J9, O,21. 27,28.' 29.30,33.

.&ri. 23d, 1850. vious period, and many of them vie in magnifisnce : Thiswefi._ t1conThi is IfoulSOhns Floridsr; And will prosecute cUtnij againsijbt United la 11 22 3536. ,
and splendor with tha a/icient'cathedrals from Yen fRiaffimcqbircd.it will beth** States before Consrcs.; an J tu Departments at WnsUiajton. ; 71930.31 :. It .- .
ARREDONDO d'GR 4MiRlOX _, ... ,
. 4- \Vednidny night werk There wss a These statistics also showttmt in Soctland ProprictrcstlfsfDAVl3! : nim to s'istttiii, and : I x > Nt.h" .
Ftpa& fancy ball given nt Newport Rhode there were but 13,000 RomanCatholitsin 739, for the liberal Patronage heretofore, she return Being located at Jai xsonville fir life be will give In" 12" 18 COtXTY. -
pknd. It wasthe winding up of tho sca&.i..1Ths .: nnd that now? there are upward of JlOO/)00) or !* her thanks. bis entire and unremitting attention to-his profession, In"12* 19 ; I. !, and all business entrusted to his Ci1're.baIl meet with ; 2,6,11.12,15,16,18, 19.
about nfteentn { the population. Table will be with choicet .
j Southern girles seem to have borne ofTtbspehn o Ther supplied attention.St. -T O,2), 22,23,24. f
.. : beauty. Mobile hud represents- Glmet: )Jstcrs, Turtle. Fish Ducks Venison, prompt. Augustine Aagust 31. 1850.AGENCY In 1-2" 20; E 3-4 of 1.3,5.6,7.9, 10; '
; five tad Florida one. They are described as AKECDOTC! OF JbWEARtCG.-An anecdote of this! Turkeys and Shell Fish, which at this time 11.14,,24

: {jows) : description, which which we :road a few days our Rivers nnd Forests abound.! Two orm ln"12"26 ;. 1. 2,3.4, 6,12, 13, 15, .
Miss Schuyler, of Mobile, was. attired as ago, ,reminded us of one wo havcnovor seen,in ">nj, Hunters- sporting exclusively for .this OP 21,22,23,24.,
"AdtlgiM," iu foe opera of ""No-man" and print, tat which wc have for a long lime stored House. PU. FITCH'S CELEBRTED. n 12" 22i .. 671819. : 4. :

btttttifully did she look tho Tnung Druid ,noice. nmong our recollections of the lutojtcv. Joseph Horse Carriages, Ponies Guns, Fishing DEDIC E GEO:'R. FAIRBANKS.

- I The dreu wss all of white,the robe full. Grafion, Newton Mass. We known nothing Tackle?, Boats for Excursion, &c. Pectoral Pulmonary alsaw: : Depurative Heart Corrector Syrop, ,, St. AugHsriae, Feb. 16, 1850. \
.. of th* truth of the story and :yet perfectly -5- : Expectorant'
and flawing richly ftnd encirled ut thovas': Very Respectfully Pulmooary! Liniment' Humor Corrector WHOLESALE '
. ; tJ| b; a.. oldcn cincture glic wora a wreath off characteristic is it that we hi voaUny 4 regarded PROPRIETRESS. Pure and Medicinal CoJ Liver Oil, ANDJTAlI4. f
from which df'Scrnd.ed it as the ( -veritable incident. 1 Lli th- Cathartic B. K. CVf A/T., f I.
(oak PillNervinc
_ra leayrs, a Anti-DyfpfptJc: Mixture, Cough and *,--
leAl ..bilo..illu.io'iet Ji! e a bride going to. cr Grafton/ stood high in public estimation, an-l N. O.-It is the with' of the Pro- F .unlc PilU i : By RECENT ARRIVALS the'luIlicritr has :

.. *ltaL"r a druidical pr&tcsf, to assist in was often present with other clergymen Jon priatrci flint the Sir vaiiln attached Vermifuge, Female: Spec fie, &c, &c., &c. usually* customary kept at his supply well Groceries known Shelf Good* s j
tstaLHsbnunt.I i
,.v ..Ice. great occasions. Atone limo he was dining; to the Ilot c "houlel be civil, ntteiitl Used by him tonittntly and with unprecedented The attention Private .
and the Tr. is
', __ .iWsts n, ofFIorida, pcnrrallr considertd -- with the Governor niu: Couneil, the Mayor and "rc, uud obi iff in?._ success in the treatment o4 licited to our extensive assortment. Articles enume.to ""

lots T. the belle of the season. A very lux- Aldermen! or some other: bo.ly of Magistrates, Public Auction. \ Colds, Coughs: ConiuuiptionAsthma, Heart rated below below can be had in ,original packages ;
uri nt brunette.with n slight! lingo of olive on It Bo,ton, and was exc2'iJngly: annoyed a> On thu 30th day of Oct. 185'J: will be soldat Diseases,'Dyspepsia Scrofula Skin Diseases, and at retail.TEASYoung.

on her rosy (rbecks and such a magnificent well as shocked: by the profanity of a yodng St. Francis Barracks the following QI. :M. IlheumatianiV: Female Complaints, Hyccn, Old! Hyson, Gunpowder
built lliss Watlon'ppca red in ball dress ands nrin: who sat nearly bpp') itt: to him at the table. Property, viz: Piles, &c. &e. Imperial Twankay, Pouchong, Souchong.COFFEE. .

$ the."observed ,of all observers." She Having endured the oJious \'Iceu long Tvv>> cart Horses, Dr. rilcli's unequalled Patent .-Java Green Ground do. MecLa da. :
possesses something of the same style of beauty I as hi.s patience would allow. rhti old! gentlemen! 'rwo large Mutes, Silrcr Plated Abdominal Rio,Cuba do. Chocolate, Cocoa and Cocta Paste.

4, sjlliss Angela! GuuM, the conqusrer in arose1 nnd (!xc1nimec.JJ in the sharp energetic One Marc and coalt, Supporters.. SOAP.-Shaving' White seated,Brown, and Vericgnted -

nunr contests; ; for the sovereign of buliedom.pThs I tone which \vhoknewhrm will tecoll ct. > 900) ( |'b<. Muss, Tools: and quantity of other Dr.Slcel Fitch's SprlnrSltoulder Improved Brace.Plated 'Jo..riPICEa.. -
"Mr President.! He struck his knifc-hanJle store*. The, safe will commence 10 o'clock. Dr. FitclT Silver luhalinj Ginger, Race ; do Ground ; black: pep.
editor of the SA'.n< teh News goes for upon the thee table ta command attuntfon, and A. il. Payment on delivery, in j.old otulsilver. Tube. per Pimento, Nutmegs, Cloves, Mace, Cinnamon :
,ii the following! ,nnd he is right. replied: "1n'" Rev. Mr. G ;ifton," Silence: DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED SIX Arrow soot, Ycrruccrlli, 1\lacdaJonJ, Curry P.wder, I
. ', Is!. Cgngrrss tlmuld be required at its next prevailed an I the old gontleman! ;Very cooly JAMES R. HANHAM, LECTURES, Mustard in jars and bottles. ; j I
_ion to repeal the local law of Mexico' by preceded -"I niove you. sir, that there be do Agf. for Qt. M. D. FRUIT. Bloom, Muscatel, and Sultana Rauias
which the South i is excluded from the United ftwearinc done at this table excepting( by my ',&LAiIrutinO.t. '19th, 185J. Asthma Diseases the Zante: currants, soft shell Afmonds ; Smyrna Figs
Jonsumplion, of Sicily Filberts.. ,Madeira Walnuts,Brazil Nuts Gene
'tktet. territories. friend Th* Rev. D1, Ifon.er.lf T ile motion Heart the) method ;,
fc.and on Citron.
E. IS. GOUlD < pre-
3d. Congress should repeal, or so alter tho prevailed by acclamation; and the remedy was Health end jk
striing Beauty to an CANDLES. C.mmon
: Sperm and Tallow *
law admitting California, as tft preserve the nt cl( .ctual as the mortification of thu vouug A.TTOR/EY'4. COUNSELLOR AT LAW, old Wick. an
age. i
4 line r.C 26. 3D, and give the territory south of' swearer was complete--. [Exchange Pup r. SOLICITOR, (,PROqTOR, Jjc.I This Book should be in every family. 'l'olhe Coatttuptirt PICKLES, \UCES, ic.-Pickles, assorted in '

that line a-territorial government with pro ST. AUGCSTTXE. it poiuu out the only reasonable hopi fey : half gall glass Jars Do Do. bottlts Caper, Olives. :
trciiunti; 8 tut he rh property. GCNHRAL GOUGET.-The letters recently published aiArraxrIoN will be paiJ: to nil Luiuesa: canaec- relief. To mothen.ihe directions it gives for the care !I Mushroom CaUup Tomato do.o'i.h sauce, assorted
A series of maasures tending (o these or which passed between Ilnynan' and t.J w'th the p.'ofession, and education of JhilJrcn -invaluable. 78,000 i kinds, Pepper do. Suughton Bitten, Lemon I yrup
similar renults, would give uiiafaction to the Gorgey if C'nuine-nnd they ha vet heap pea ranec MLiTAtvLvK3 CLAIMS, anJ Ciai.ns: for hthln copies of this Book have passed through the pre ,tu.d Sugar of Lemons, West India preserve SaliJOU.
eut re South, un r'siitane and disuniunnnmng\ our people. the (reason of the latter, unt his betrayal of For Sale by S. S. rITCIlI4CO..,707 TOBACCO. Cavanduh. Ladies
twist Paper T.-
Muster Rolls of the Veteian Com
Such series: of measure* wcjuld bg but justice I the lIunJui'I1'entail'! At thecoiiimfnccmpiit a.InpHcale,. in \" Broadway, New Not k; and bacco, Macaboy Snuff, Scotch do, Regalia Cigars
.; Is the Southland xve believe could) be practically -! of his career In the contest bc.t..cenAulria; and I 1'4 are. 12, 18 ray;;0.pOSlcsson.I 41-lf. ) d: DR. FITCH'S GUIDE TO INVALIDS or Di- Principe do, Common da. ,

carried Jrot t by the united and resolute : nun- ar}., Oorpcy had dMlnguislied himtll irctiontito person using Dr., Fitch's Rem LIQUORS Brandy, Otard, Duupy &, Co. da. .
11.' action of tho South. by his courage, (,talent and! apparent devotion FALL 8UPPI..IE-S. dies to be had, gratis, of all! his Agents.:: All Bordeaux: Spirits, JamaicaHum Old Ration Do. I to ;

to his country, tltut "'pYere slow to Relieve 4 kept on hand by his Agents 14 proof, Giu, Holland, Do Skiedham, Wbinkry Do.
At a meeting of tho Churlctitan Riflemen the story ofliis tn son when flr t !.old; and nl- CIO1CLGftQEIIOVIlONS. .Auyai h it UEID. &CO-Pilalka. I. Scotch, a fine article Assorted Liquors. ..
WA: ( Isitnicht nt the Military Hall; (he followIng though circumstances were a good;deal against ,ScAr. Gij ey now dicharging days JriimlVcw Tax Collector's aie.n i WINES. Madera IFowirt, M.r Ii &. OvrMir------ J
I I'icsmllo end. Retoliilions nflicrcd there nothing: demonstrative nsw Yurk, i seiner, *i.U0.4 RWrr. Pale &. Brown,DeW GordQ"
by was ,
him, yet virtue of the law I
) T rested in me by tt. Co
Butter Lard Choice Provisions I power Cbnmp igne,Hock,
Tater is true there hid been an Arnold! vintage 1832.
Lien were unanimously adopted. thought. GOSHEN JLP shall: expose for sale before the CourtHouse Vinegar Bordeaux
Whereas. South Carolina in common wihttr : anti from his trC"t1" on we 1 learned: that: a men lUcon, Shoulders, F. U. Beef, door in the city of St. Augustine on the first London and Leith,Ale Beer.London in pts. and qt.'*
sitter Southern :SlAte., has exhausted the micht be verY brave, and yet an unprincipled Mackerel, Rio & Java Coffee, CM Hon, Monday in November ncxtthe fullowin described OILS. Olive, ; Seal. Cod
of threat and rcinuiilrancu in her We charitably of choice Teas Black & Green, Crackers, Sugars, much thereof will the State I perm. und Castor
language traitor. hoped morn though, property, or eo as pay I FldH. Herring, Salmon: : Sardines Mackereland
appeals against the oppression of the Fvdsral the nnn who hid, displayed mor& genius for Molasses, New Buckwheat, Indian Meal,Drifd. and County tax due thereon for the year IB-t-'K!) and, Cud.

Gun tnncr.t: end tile tune ICf'J1)1Ii near at hand: war, we believe, llan: any pthe Ifuiigarlangeneral Beef, Ballognn Sausages, Ale,Porter, Congress: the necessary expenses incident tller..,.,vb: Kight i | )IISCELI NEOUS.-Ricf, Pot
when tho tlefcnce of/her rights, Imiory. Dud and were inclined to bel,eve 'nothing Water, ChampagneCiderFamilv Canal Flour, hundred ncrs.. of land supposed to belong to Uol.rtTowKind Meal, CoppVras.Pipe Clay, Bath! Brick,Indigo Barley, Oat
Spaaih '
I'rerdorn, muitdeptnd'on the'asi:( stern argument .0rJ(4 of Jlim at Hr&t than that preceiving the in Barrells &. half lurd., Fruits, Raiseni, a nunreeidcntsituated in \-ouwtyofPt, Float, Fig Blue, London Starch, Candle' Wiek.-
; the sword and the by !p't. hoprles'nic of c.iUseit was niuly hopeps Almonds, Coco nuts, Dates, Citron*, Currant, Johns, State of Florida, being the same |Ikec of Liquid mlckhl', in pta &. Quarts,Pane in Tin Case
That it t eeranei th duty of ev | : < from (lh<* moment Russia ceI"feren in behalf S west Oil, Sardines: Assorted Pickle,Smoked land that was allotted to Mary 1k!. Dt,>hnm as her Shoe Brushes, Scrubbing, Corn brooms,do. Wisks
I'fzru.south Camlinn, to hold fiitnsclt vf l..tra-hc had honesty tcvo: thai resiitance Tongues! Table Salt, Assorted Confectionary: share of her father's Estate nt New SvrilZE'rlandand t T. D.Pipes, German do. Night Lights, Door Matt/ )
Jujude Paste, together with a full assortment. bounded on the West by the River St. JuhnacasUs ; Patent Matces Percussion Caps,. Do
nit the meant which God bill wmili! not only t be unjivailin?, but Can-
thereon in front the '
18 chains and
ring 30 linkson Salt
shall be to accomodate in powder. Liverpool do.
given him to defend. her homes, her interc&ts ruinous to hit country, and that i ij) was politic, Pdckatrei to glad the trade or at Retail.disposing. North by land of Louisa Fatio on the East Ly Ta" I j PROVISIONS. Perk, Beef Hams, Flour
and her honor. v therefore, to make the lest terms for her he -Oct.iaTlSSO.: B. E. CARR. cant. 1 lands. and |!>n.the South. by lands formerly owned I and Cheese Butter*
3. Resclittt, Timt this Company cheerfully could. It was not *", though, wenow believe.He by Llronora C/oIt. i CROCKERY AND ;
pledges list.If to the noMo can-: of Sntthan&ighttnnt sold his country her cause, nhd his htaor, Cabbages Potatoes, Apples Onions. Unless Taxes and expenses are pal i Vefore the day I I ALSO GLASSWARE Assorted. ';

\ stands rcadv to do i its utmost in for money and 1 piomises, advancement, and has schooner Gipsey. now land, chticc t articles of eale. A Variety -

any post our Klatc may assign.! been and'will be paid, we doubt not.. His crow- I Per *, assorted I Van. Applet. Potatoes', R. B. CANOVA. !.trifT and ex-orT.\: Shelf Goods HarJittrttTin Ware
JOHN CAREW baseness -his desire to have Kosiuth Tax Asses'sor and Collector St. Johns, Wood Were
Captai ninjr was Cabbages,string& and bunch Onions Hay, Oats Corn, Boat tf8 1 Clothing, hats
, E;. C. SCOTT escapeand in another tie "Kovsitthfe April 27, 1850. cf- Caps Drvtn- !
.Secretary. cannot ; says, Beam: Rice,(>r sale at Wholesale or retail 4 c. ,
t J near the Siebenburgen, if you las any, ,0.;. 12,1850. B. C. CARR. Tax Collectors Sale. With many,'other articles I Uo numerous) to mentio,
GATHERINGS. time. ho will rcech the Turkish frontier, KeUce.h11X virtue of the The above stock Groceries was selected
vested in in
law 1hall
power me by ,
. REQCISCAT II PACE.-The Boston Pout "Oh for n tongue te curse the slave! By York M.rkttnd
says ; weeks after date shall apply to the Judge of expose for sale before the Court Hou" can be recommended with confi.
thnt: "Professor Felton has pulverized lIor.t o Whn e treason, like a deadly bright, Probatea: fir the Ceunty of St. Jihas for letters door in the city of St. Augus.inc on the first Monday deuce ; and will be disposed of to nit the times at reduced -
llar.n, and def oiitcd his dust hi a classicalurn. Comes ...cr the counsels ofthebrav'j '" or Administration on the Estate of JOHN RODXA November next the following described property, prices. We solicit the attention .f the trade.
.'! And Masts them in their hour of night. ecd. or so much thereof will pay the State and Countytax and private families. B. E. CARR. "
T ).YEL on THE IRCE. ASC.-The Syracuse Mtv liii''unblessed cup for him!: .pt. 29, 1850.: x:. B. GIBB3. due thereon for the year 1849 and the necessary Jan. 1. 1850. c

Itflr of Sd inst. says that tho travel is enormous Ho ilru.'K'.l: t with treacheries to the brim,- Notice. expenses incident thereto,viz: One hundred acres of PROSATS Ofmr. ST.JOSKS

at this time-thejlaily tr'nin,both east t nnd west With hopt's that but allure to fly irs HEREBY GIVEN that six: weeks after date IIshalL land more or less,situated on the Ssutli 'of Julington I3tk March, 1850.Com I
being loaded; and that probably the Invest With j.>vs that: vanish xvl He he sip, apply to the Judge of I'reblte of St. Johns .Creek in the County of St. Jons I belonging to !lOUrII.E .

Buniber qf people have parsed through, that city Like dead a :a frui'i tn at trnpt tho eye Couaty for Letters Adminiitration on the Estate of Henry Hull, a nonresident, purchased by the said : ncuto., AAmnistrators..Guardian, aid otfcer.
this season that Wall ever known before.A nut turn to ashes on the lipA ;." Mary R. Solana, late of said County deed, Henry Hull from James James. :! whe have failed to file in' this office the annul
Jesuit is in in 15th Unless the Taxes and expenses arc paid: before they aeceunu required by the Statute
largo College progress& CAsg-L& St. Augustine, : 'pt. 2Sth. 1850.ItAMON ; are hereby.notified
street, Now York, to accommodate 2000 t>tu- DKEACH: OF PROMISE charming HER -\NDZ.: of sale. that unless the same are presented without farther
donts.ADVKRTISISO. busincss-liko young milliner, who had beenin R.. B. CANOVA, ShcrifTand tx-ofT. unneeewry deliy,the provisions of the law, against
ox THE GALLOWS.-Foot, who I the habit of tripping into a [bank for her Notice. Tax Assessor and Collector, St. John C.. defaulters in such matters, will b. rigidly' cnfcreed

.was executed at NUM Haven last Wednesday,I small chan gc, made her \isil the other tiny ALL Heirs, Legatee anJ other persons, haying April 27, liSO. G. HUMPHREYS: .\(p.hte.

on thaacaffold caid that he had intended hi I and says: Good 'morning. Mr. Cdsliicr, I have against the Estate Andres ,Cap- Eastern Judicial Circuit "of-the' March 16.

make a few remarks, butthe substance of them come for five dollars worth of' your small! ella, deceased, late of St. Johns county, are hereby State of Flordn, Circuit Court of NOT1CE.,

. could be found in the new edition of his book, change "&:l1ln.' ]I.1 I- notified to present the same within the time prescribe St. Johns County. To ;Claimaato of Bounty .Lauds
law be
to which he referred his hearors. While in am sorry to say, )Miss "thdt WR can- by ,ar they will PETER barred.CAPELLA IN CHANCERY.Peter THE UNDERSIGNED proposes to obtain

prison by an arrangement with thejaitor, he not accomodntc you,' was the,r ?ply.; Administrator, Bcnet, Administrator of)] for lands lurid! claimants who

had charged 12j cents to each visitcr for a 'But here I:* your promise ((0 pay on demand. St. Augustine, September a 1st 1850. St. the Estate of F. P. Sanchez, will be entitled thereto under the Act now before -*
sight himself. .' "a. deed., for the use of Aahron Bill for; Account Congress wb m the sa.m shall have pass- \ .
Jenny LJod.of Stockholm, had one vote for ,I cannot help that.' : e Notice. Fnelander, Complainant, Iar'hatinl"stUlI' vlvJ become a 1 law, for the moderate sun. of

Licutcjiunt Governor Massachusttlts at Whig 'Then you break your promi, do )'OUI SIX months after date I shall present my ac Against and Distributi.n o DOLLARS for each. Warrant ..,bell ob _
Conrnittoa at Worcester,on Thucsdsy. There Certainly.' and vouchers as Adrninitsratrix of the George W. McAllister, claiming the Eatau of Peter tained.The. j

was a great soosation that august assembly: 'And with impunity T, Eats of William Gibbons, deceased, to the Hon. to be Executor of J.sephLongwonhdeed.and Mitchel.decd. object of this notice'is to give claim! *
charter allows udge .( :Frobate of Alaehua County, for a final others, ants an
when the vote was declared. 'To be sure, our it., opportunity procuring warrant at y
to make as min : promises as sett -oicnt fsaid Estate, and shall at the same time Defendants. thai least possible expense. .
Foaoto COKCX&I TICKETS.-It U stated that a 'allows you >; spp'v for Letters of '
number forged tickets for Jenny Lind's con- )OU please, and brukthem when you please tio of which all Dismission as suck Admnitra-! IT appearing by Affidavit in'ihis Court, that Defendant Those wishing secure the services of the
rertwta presented on Tuesday evening, the .It miy be so constructed.' jj' take notice. persons in laid .Estatew George W. McAllister, ifliviag at nil, undersigned, will call at his office, or address
Wdtrs having brought them for gcnuninetickets. 'Ah, dear me I \\'Jsb.l."as. ., a: bank and had a ANN JOHNS Admintstratrix resides beyond the! limits of the State of Florida,viz,' him by letter, and prompt attention will be
charter.' I, in the State Georgia, .- given to their claims.
Newnansrille Per T.J. PEEVATT, Agent. It is therefore,on motion of.\Vm., A. Forward Solicitor PHILIP FRASBR. -
\VhYlol' J i Fla.June 3d 1850.
Ordered that : be made in
FThe Greenville (S. C.) Mountaineer 'Because I made a promise ] not promise publication Attorney nt'Law..

eayr: "AgenUeman who left Fiat Rock on last to pay a fivedollar note,: which I would blush hereby linn,that ltotlce11 I shall, wx months after date some ol Florida Newspaper, for fou printed menths in successively the Eastern from Circuit thw J&lc sonvillo. E. Fla., July I5th, 1850.

I Tuesday morningstales that the ground at that to break .but'a promise of my r1.llrto I oneI \' present to the Judge of Probate, of St. Johns, dale,'requiring said George; W.McAllister to pVoJ1aaswcr.or INEEfl: OIL White Lea, V.7
place was covered with a frost so heavv that it do" not lore. { County, my accounts (for settlement and allowance) demur to said Bill, or the same will be taken nish Tar. toin, Oakum, SpScsLime..
bad the appearaace of snow. We also learn, 'Why don't you break it therf? as Administrator of the Estate of Rcbert At ieker! ,late pro Uonfeito. Wick",Lafhes: and assorted Lu5erroraie
that in tie same moraine there was frost a few 'Ah, ah, Mr. Cashier thero9p the rub Unlike of said county, deceased ; and further notice is given TIIOS. IY1UGLAS, Judge, : e., If,.. Jtn2C c B.E. CARR.
i.nileiibove Greenville." your bank, I have: no charter and should that I ahall_at the ume time ask frr a final discharge Certified to be a tru Copy. )
be sued for breach of promise, and heavily' from my Administratorship! of said Estate Witness my Hand and the St-ntofsnid Military Blacking.
Detroit.-The census of tho city of Detroit, as fined.'-Chicago Democrat. i JAMES MICKLER.. [L. S.] Court the 15th July. 18W.P. JUST received a few dozen Renders Leather im
returt ed by the Marshal, shows a population L -- "\...St. Aucvstine,June 15,1850. Cm. n. DUMAS. <>uI to water and gives the surface 'sa He-'
21,167.. J -i- Clerk C. C. St. Johns County. i gnat polish without destroying its soft supple and slat. -

4 to" from the Jancsvilla Old Virginia Bolter, Haras, Lard. Notice.A July 20, le50. tie qualities.Rcccoramended.
We t< am the of Rock Gazette (.VisconsitO lot Virginia, Hanu, do jjdo do Shoulderjo ., PPLICATION wilt be made to the next sessiob -Irishand-: Scotch Whiskey. for Haraeses Carriages, lu.

that population country I Choice Fulton, marked Hams,i ido do Dried Beef, f& ot the Legislature fer an act of iacorporatioi :, ALE, Cider, Porter ill/ Pints and Quart, At Retail. B. E. CARR.
be ;
ascertained to In
bas been 20,860. 1840 it do! Mess Beef, rfo do Batter,do d i Leaf Lardip.- for tkc East Florida Fire, Life and Marine Mutua/ SCOTCH., Sherry, and Port Wines, Champagne Ml Batter.
wss but 1700. The tncrtase has therefore been plea Cabbasrs, Oni.w,' aasonedOrnrgfs Crackrs, FI.rida: j Insurance Company, u> be located at St. Aujnstine, 'I BrandyHolland Gin, Monongohrla Whiskey,a mori Aan d ."hundred per caitum! This will I Dried Fiait'- fer Schr. .ipy without banking privileges. f lYJl fish, Sausaor- ".
j ted Wm .I, Li be found hard to beat .. EjCARR.: i i -r'. 3, 1850. I j I I F,l> 9 D. E. CAL I I A--. (:r saikby ___. C.- E. (" ,
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I '-: to I HOTELS. FLORIDA.' I TIlE MAGNOLIA. .I Florida Laud Aezacy. r' ( lU ; e--B_ ir'i
TillS eutablishnieut the mot desirably rfl' lIE undersigned a* Agent ton the
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; .I4aioiim Ja i,. On George Street, north of ,SrXtX respective 'L'utsgues Gosbeis Ch"
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,' :: ', ..r I PubiK 5 quart and one door north of the For the Counties of Orange St. Lucie, at Mel- rJi Dade of nny City harm: a pronliit proprietors ctfir' f T safe! on exceedingly l reisunjil.lc I.. tnieJ13eef. 'UtoD! marbetBf ur.r rl
I Mcth.l 175 feet facing South, amY a street lornis, the f following! binis which 3f
\. I; ''f' odist Church Ir' i l onyilhe. on the third Tuesday in April. mnon: :re iorunof Ch.ic j B.itter. Led' Lard lIaD1J.
; Florida H ue. Oa Treasury Lane North of I For the Putnam I runmng parrallel with the River anJ Ocean, csiiseqnemly the moat valuable. Cotton Sjar and Tobacco .i!% PPortcr in qu and pts.Conjrcst S i
county at Pilatka second Tues not exposed to the N IJrrl Eeast winds has .luii ilia Sis te. L .
in i i i I K-H Preserves .
; l"; .1 ilia Public T I Cuyl/iVef.! ,On Charlotte and 'orthe of season undergone thorough repairs, and now IN THt AKREDONDO GUANT. I' l Bleck! Tr, Jaw and Greta
1 Bay Street few Marion Rio
: a county ,at Ocala fuurth Monday vies with any similar Establishment iu the tatc. be- I Coffee. Ra:l1
;; l': -Joor.a .> ".\h East of the Public Square. of f: April. ing i built of wood and perfectly from damp-I ALACOCA COt. TT. 11 I I' ,. Choie. ; Principee CPN: .h Shot CiAmotJ
': I Planter Hotel. On Charlotte Street and Treasury For the Counties of Ahchua and Levy, at Newnanfville nets_of it-elf will recommend it to Invalids and :I T 9. R 18 ; Sections 11, 14.13,22.33.24,2f.27.i: Pawlct.

.; I' I 1 t', Lnn<*, north .f the Public! Square,-(not open.) first Monday in May. 'I I others. The high reputation this Hou m sustains lu"9' ,-" 19 ; ." 2,3. S, 10.) 1 1,12, 13, 14. 22, 1 I 1"_ ____. _. B.E. CAll

R i :For the County of Columbia, at Alligator, .n the from its numerous guests it will- be the present pro. l.3tJ5. 30. t .21. 17,27,5.' h1 CbUOUC1. JremLh Leonndr:

...' t'. I : BOARDLNG HOUSES.. second Monday of May. jprietress aim. Mits. DAVIS to sustain. Tha tal u I I IIn K5 New York now discharging ; 3 .1.1'
: Mr.j 3 L Reid. Oa Charlotte Street near the For the county of Nassau at Nassau r.. II., on tb.I !I supplied with the choicest Game Oystere and FlthI ".9. 20 ; 4' 1 2.26.27. S.2.3U:32'1 i'I li'n ro recent arrivaLs a choice ud w wA&, 11

.1'J -Birraeks.jtft'tf \Vcdneeday before the fourth Monday iu .May. I I which i our Forests and.Waters abound,mid no P lins I 33,3.1. I oiGroceries Provision and Shelf seeze1! _
", ; ; : F. io, On St. George Street, a few doors For the county of Duval at Jacksonville on tho I will be spared to make the visitors of this House ;i In 9" 21 ; ". 1'19,,29.:30.: in o.r establishment consistinia good. _. ,
'. ,MBouth of the Court Honte and Public Square. fourth Monday of May. I pleased and satifitLi. 32,33,34.: Le af Lard Crockery, llama, Bacon part choice L -

j\i I G. tf Papy, On Bay} street, comer of Bay and For the County of St. John's, at St. Augustine, Very Respectfully. In" 10" 18 ; 23,10.11,15,23,23,26,27,I tO. Market Beef.dried k ef. rackiI. Met. Port',

t 'J '. \ tGarien Lane. I on the second Monday in June. THE PROPRIETRESS. 34.35.36. nng.FJour 1-2 barr U for Family ui.Cod! .
r I I I it. \ulust 1e.Jan. 1.1150. In 10" 19 ; 7.8. 17, 192030. Hour.corn, Hay,Oats EltI't
; FALL TEBJJ. brand Rio tree
: ; 1 DOCTORS. In*' 10" 20 c T.
; ,
>' \ i ZjF.< For thr aouHties of Orange ,nJ St. Lucie l Tuesday riLiiuibIiPlu1iiIiiioI1s, \t'jhlIzii1d'! In" 10 "SI up Molauescrush Sugar, N 0 dnto.Loafalii.. .
) Weedan. h'n Dvili! House l,2,3V5b',7,8,9,10ll
n pjSia &t > z r ;. Su Raisensr
gar Almon.
I : ', I before the firsi Monday: cf*.u\<:-mbcr.: in East Florida. Dltn. ssor3ed .
\ i
\ : i i.n-Brige Street. 1. I \ For the county Putnam, at Pilatka the second rTi lie undersigned aa Agent for the respective pro I In 10 22 12,13.14.15, 18,22,26,31. cheese dried .Apple.! Vermaeilie. Maeanti .

: !; I | D :t.-th": R Perk. :OfTics on Si. Crg u Street L. Tuesday brfore the first Monday of November. A prictors, oilers/ for sale the following .lands, to In" 11" 18 ; 61819.24. M yers's Tobacco Kentucky Leaf, celTOQl C. ,
\ J" few 'doors North of the.! Court Il.ujc. wits That well I ; ba eco.artick r.
fa ( For th' cf St. Johu'j the known and extremely valuable Plan : i now being opened aDIl
j1 cuuuty on first Monday In" 11 19 wan'Otttt4.
; :i 1 I' f .' inNovember. tation, caik-d the Bulow Plantation at' the head of ; 1,2,9,11,13 14, 16, 17, 18 JI1,15: S B. ,
J : 'J i i k 1 DRUGGIST? For the couufy of Nassau Halifax River, formerly occupied and planted by thelate 212330. cn .
before "
Thursday tlie 10 20'
11" "
., t t' J' P. C. Xylstra., Chr.t tn-i Oruggifct. Northeast third Monday of November. John J..Bulow with a force of 300 hands, suitablt ;. 7, 18, ,20. 23, 94. E 1-2 of 25A Por'er, "Ie. &. .

. "- the Public Uquarr, opposite middle buim.LAWYERS. Forth county of Uuval en the third Monday of for both Sugar and Cotton, and advantageously located (n"ll"21 !712,33N1.2f3&- .. W fee PICES. Cliocollte,Rio Coft" Ten..J,& c
I ; 1,2.3.10,11,12,13,14,15. io
\ ,. : 0 X->"":her. on navigable waters. Ijt lies upoii.ihecoast'abou t bett pts Incl *.* Porter in F.aJkf .
t : forty miles south vS.Aiti'iidCbfltziC3aboD : 19.20.21, 21,28,29.30.33. toghsh article.Congrew Water iufffcftumpiigM
: For the of t
\ I county Marion on the first Monday in : ptaj
\ 10" E. 5.,Gould! ; Counsellor at Law-office on Ar- Dec D1bcr.. 4000 acres. -1. : 35,36. lIeidae' Jpu Sofce nM'
nUery Lane. Also! two thollS4nda b' 11" 22 ; :.6. ir 19,3Q.3J- tars, John .aderfcn'* ine 'cut Tobiec I
For ,
I\ the counties of Alachua and r4y. on the sec iidticiibed. -
Honey Dew
. William A. Forietrdl Attorney Law and So.Jiritor ondMonday in December. landsbcmgt.i,1licI J 'O-wsmp; ARREDONDO GRANT. Cavendish, Champagne Ciclf'I"fa

"ii in Chancer?-office on the ground floor ot For the cuunty of Columbia on the third Monday Abo, the Spruee"C ontaint999 MARIO COUSTT. au dptsatretaitby B, E. CAlI

) : : :,, L. tke South Wing of the Court.House.Gcorgt in December. I acres suitable for SugarctiitaarvaBdVear'to navigation In" 12" 18 ; !"*,, 3.10 11, 12, 14, 15 Choice Grocer*, JProrisiniir

.1 J It, Fairbanks Attorney aud Counsellor af The U.S. District COUtt, at St. Augustine, on them about 70 miles liIoutJa *' r* lt.tAngustine, near In"12". 19 ; jf2, 6, .11,12.15,16,18. 19, -F RESH Groceries. Provisions, now cliaebi f
1 J ,Law__office. in the Court llou!!e. Monday April New Artyrna. "2021222324. from brig Benjamin Carsar. J 5 JITS from .
Also, the Mount Oswald Plantation Halifax In 1-2" 20 E of orl./ Wa **
-I' on : ; 3-4 1, ,6.7,9., 10 Yo solicit the attention cf the ?
Ic PUBII-QFfICES.. r.l'3E: TRt\VELI..ER'S GUIDC. River about 50 miles south of&. Augustine uearth* 11,14,16,17,18,32,24. vatefamilies anjLothvs: to the large at Trae" ,.

1 1 Pent Ofte. P.. C. Zylstra Post Master,on the ,earasr ROUTES FRolFcHARLESTON'- coast, formerly pLnted ia Sugar by the late Gecfc An In" 12 26 ; 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 12, 13, 15, Si>xk now being received and \f5errd to the.eztej5'
': : 1 I of Bay Btrect and Public Square, North of Market derson and now the 'property Joseph Lautcn, con- 21222324. ofiginal. packages customary tenus at Cha'n4..

ht : : building taiaing 1900 acreAlU ?/ f n 12 22 ; 6. 7.181 19. /pr*?I. fICta
J ,
: \ I Surveyor Generaft Office. B. .A. Putnam Surveyor F.o'n Charleston! to XcwXurk, Leaving daily at 1000 acres south of New Smyrna in Turn GEO. R. FAIRBANKS. '
"- General on Ilo-pital 5rcctconerif Artillery 31-S, o'clock! p. M, By Steamer to Wilmington 180mil. buH's''wamp, bcinj the north half of the Ro5ett 0 S t. Augustine Feb. 16, 18jJ.YIIOLESALE // 200 Flour assorted br nJI. 25 do P3ot Brtia
: t' Lane and Hospital Street. ,.-By Railroad Weldon 1C2 miles.-To lleterrburg Grant, well timbered and near navigation. I / 20 do assorted Cracker, 1500 ba,heU! Ctrrf. 75 hr.

r I Land Ojfce.' Dor Willhni H. Siramonr Register 63.-To Richmond 2i.--.To! Aequia Creek Also, forty thousand acres on the St. Johns River, \ ,tDftT.*> t I.. Hay 75 bags Oats,50 do Brand. ISbbLiMna P Q.

.-. I -sf Public J..and&4fiice in the Court House.Thot. 7U,-By Steamer to Washington'55.-By RoHr. ad to between Lake,! George and Lnke Monroe, consisting. 1?. i:. (J..fRII.By 2 hhds Moulders d* Bacon 1 do. Hams. I tj,ftt

J I T.' Rustell. Heceivor. office in Court Baltimore 40.-To Philadelphia 9J.-:Jo Newark of valuable,pine, hammock. and timbered landii in various RECENT ARRIVALS the subscrib-r hr.s clncd' Beef 15 tbls Lird '35 kegs d.. ? ? Otttftr
) I I Hettie. t7. Total eli H3uce 771 miles. Tim 60 hOl1l'li.Jnre1. tract?. customary supply Groceries bcask; Cheese 30 boxes do, 3 halt bbla tickU
; s'nelf(Joo.l I '
A.Altaret. Keeper of Spanish Archive', office in -,'''- AUo/3000 acres in ,Alachua ceunty, suitable for &c. mually! kept at his well known f'.tblit'hmJOnt.-! Tongues 12 bb.a Stev/ari'a Sugar.IO d'kild.dritd.4.

: 4. I' :' :the Cuurt House. The "Souiherncr" (Steamship) Jeeves Charleston Cotton or Sugar. The anyntion Private families end the Tra J i i. .o- 5 do pulverVd do.. 2 boea Loar do" 3 hhd.K
office tenth day after the 27th! of O'clf'Ck4I.. Also, 600 in 'Columbia licit ed Jo, 10) boxa R II doifcp f.J't'JI Iofa.
t :; Judge of Private. (G. Humphrey* Judge,) every April acres County good pia te to our extensive assortment. Articles enumerated 1
I in th, Court House.Pfter Thro in GO hours. Fare (.Sate.Room$2. lands on the Santa Fe River. below below can be had ih original package sncki 'It'o Coffee. 5 hlPch $ts/ Black Tes,2Oi bou.

c. ''i t .JJ. DIU"". Clerk Circuit Court office in From Charleston 10 Philadelphia.The Osprcyleaves /Apply for term, particulars, &c. at retail. Sarch.IJ! kegs Nails 3 bgj Pepper, 40 ban &

it I :; r \ \* Court "House.' '. Charleston every other Saturday at 4 o'clock GEO. R. !'. te'J'J'EAS.-Yonn Hyron, Old Hyson Gjnpowder 5ke;, r-.wder.200 bail Lead 25 bbl 1'utt.1S

t \ I Jlafnel B.Canita. SherHf ant Tax Collector, iifI p. ,'.-through in 60 hours. Fare $20. Agent for thc pU"ch\s and sale of Lands Imp erial.Twankay, Pouchong, Souchong.COFFEE. boie- ', crted Glass 2,bbl Louwana Oil.! 2 do TV, .

kr-,: 't t ; .-J1. in the Court Hoase. from Charlrtton to Xcic-Orleanf. Leaving daily] Payment of Non Resident Taxes. &c. .-Java Green, Ground do. Mocha do. pe ntire. 3iJ kegs whit*'Lead.2 bbls whiting 15 CIII.
i Cfllcctor of Customs James R. Sanchez oil ice at 10 o'duck A. :i. By S. C. Railroad to Augusta I 3t ti; Augustine, Feb 22, 1850. Rio,Cuba do. Chocolate, Cocoa and Cocoa Paste. IrJrnK**. 5 bblz Coal Tar. 10 ba.J. L'h'a
\ mle.. 2y Georgia Railroad Atlanta 171. SOAP. Uin*, 1. eases CQrJal. 10 baskets Chtmpafn7ader.
t, t .in his UWclling'UodJe on Bay Street. to -By Notice.inoiltllH -Shaving White seated Brown, and Vericgated -
F J' Intpetlor of Cuttumt.; ,Ora Howard. office in Macon and western Railroad to Griffin 42.-By Ix i do.SPICES.. A Ltb Mackerel. 2 boxw Codfish do
: after date
4. oward Buildings, Market'square!. Stage to Opolaka 35.-By Railroad to Montgomery Accounts and Vouchers we Executors shall present Af our' Ginger, Race ; do Ground black H L Tnai" Z 5 sacks Salt, 30 do table Salt,.
as the Estate ;
4 : I: //. Bronton. Judge U. *. Court Northern 63 'By Steamer to Mobile 331.-'fo New.O lenns Richard %'cightian'dec'd. to the Hon. per, Pimento. Nutmeg-, Clovr, Me.! *, Cinnaini.i pep, t tuxcs'i'-i.: >wtdinic: % 10 do ,Sperm do 3do

:;; i \. DjtrictofFloriJa, office in the Court House. f ICG.- Total diManec 1,006 miles.! Time 123 hours. of Probate- .r St. John's County for a final settle Judge Arrow soot, Verrmcel, Macdaroni, Curry Powdt-r A J tr..lr"H1.JO. 30 dcrcxtra :04p. 25 3o famW

"i t 1 G.:K. FairlanZ Clerk U. S,. Court,, office in Fare 39. 50. \I ment, and.shall at the same time apply for Letters of Mustard iq jars and loules. Ivdo, j .;:'row Oil,
I t I the Court Mouse. : From Charleston c.Orlun',viz Savannah Dismission as such Executors, of which all FRUIT. .Bloom.! Muscatel end Sultana' Altnons. 1 bag Gin et, \ ,bdl Hops, f bmJcij.
L I : Deputy MarsM1. Gcorgt I. JSehribaur office in daily at 9 A. '1. By Steamer to Savannah Uo mil :'. interested in said &tale will take notice. persons I Zantc currants, soft hell Almonds Smyrna Rattnj, Sweet oil; ldo Mustard bbl Rose CordS
\ the Court lIoust.I -By Central fnilrn'to Macon and Western Railroad -. ; Figs: 2| pipes Brandy 1 do Gin
I (. JohN :\. FO TANE. > SieilyFilberU,Madeira WalnuU. Brazil Nuts Genoa : qURrtt"ukSW nw
I Barnesvillc ;
40.-Dy Stage to Opdnknl00.-
I to R. lJ. FONTANE.Executor\S ., Cit ron. 24 do Brooms. 6 nests T)b, 40 rearra
: By Railroad to M nt2O.r.e y 65.'By,Steamer to Mobile ] Jan 1. 1850. )i CANDLES. Common pint wrap
: ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT) 331.-To New-Orleans IfiG. Total distance' 1.032miles. Sperm and Tallow! and paper.10 BChockolafe., ft (inxe
I J ",;// James 1: Manhunt. Ordnance Storekeeper, Time 77 hours FTC 39. 50. s'rA1JILl'rY-SpCURITr-PERPE1'UI1'Y.' W ick, Preserve2 hhd, Le.t f Tobicco 15 boSwf'sorted

i office on St. George ttret. few d ors South of the MISt BLLANUOUSfABLE.Distances. PICKLES \UCES, &c.-Picklc-, aborted Brands di. 10 do Pipe,,, 3 do vial Snuflt

I Dry Good atore of :. M. Wakeman. Persons detirvus FareTime.. $900,000. half gall glass! Jars, Do D.. bott'e? Capers, Olives U1 1 I5coil-assortfdRope,7cisk> ptrHt Py *
: of t visiting the Fort Will 1r. ke application te ; THE MUTUAL LIFE 1XSURAXCE do Scotcu ,
Ale I
f < To Athens Ga., 221 $7,9; 20 Iihattanooga Mushroom Catsup Tomato do, Fish na :assorted l I 5 do on6n5Hhe!t Whiskey
I i t. I 'Capt. Hanham. Tenn., 413 13,12 31 COMPANY kinds, Pcpp do. Staughton Bittew, lfin i Syrup, 5 cnscs Pickl U do Olive, do assorted C tt..

I"C ouniba, S. C., 130, 4,00 8 OF NEW YOlKNO.35VALLSI.., Sugar of Lemons, West India: pre.--, >-. $,]id Oil, %up ,2 '!o Sjrihocff, 3 bbls \U'l.h J>tn', 2 !
ET Accumulated}
; JUSTICES OF T11C PEACH. :T Fund Nov. 1st
18-19 '
JjDOOiijl Anchovies.
% ,- .
"L'amde'n.S.C., 112 4,00 9 : au 'rfcrl Ct-rks, 3 hif [IIbl U i icklc bl"1
\ ani ( invested in Bonds ".
; I George L. PhilliJII tice of the Peace, t UOO securely and :Mortgages
S. C., 136 4,00 8 : TOBACCO Cavan.lish, La,lis I, lAihs, Whit- PIne Lumbar \ '
'Hamburg twirtiP.r cllow
k' Notary Public, ofiice on Bay rtreet,' North of the on real estate in this city and Brooklyn, and slocks ;, Te- do Limf '!
1 T
I I Middle basin. j ; ":1enip1iis'Feun., 740 .29,00 of the State and City of New York and United ba eco; Macaboy Snnfi': Scotch-di, Regaha Cigar?, H-iir Piaiiu.-cVc. '!
; PasBenjjtrs for either' of the above p'accs leave Principe do, Common do.I1QUOR. The al-ovrt ar? noiv m store
F. J. QM.fI;!. Justice of the Fence; ofiiee at hi .States Government.This a'rTtf purchaao'tcw
\I \ : Sure.. Clnrletton, daily by S. C. RailreaJ, at 10 o'd'ock find is rapidly increasing a :widely ext a- } Brandy Ourd Dunpy & Co.
w !t .> A M. d ed and prosperous Ln -inq. Bordeaux Sj>irits, Jainpiea.lJiim.OM! l listing Do J-f> nv!H wl'rraa: ;rti s e't'rel IJVWCM artbring '

CITY OFFICERS. l a"t11 .1 ..1i1:" irciiit of the' The Company declared dividend! ol profits of fif .1 proof (Jin, Holland, Do Skjrdhim, Whisk I.)(,. operd at retail.u 'J''

'. 'llatheic Solan, Mayer. t Slate of Florda, CU-cuil Court oflit. I ty-two percent on all: existing policies! on the! 31st Scotch, a fine article Assorted Lqw.:4.: : J i,1fI'B.! E. C: R :

(!Bravo, *J' \1 John County. o f January, 1843. WINES. Madeira H-?** -.J. Mmh & Co.VnrSflfles :- -' : br1IaiVeu ). .,
: A. Ros.ro. I : --1NI't flCrT.-- All. 'IIA PaP9l'iht. nns di'rldctrnl11ollg ; TIIaga Sherry, Pai" J& !>Iriv'r. "'IN.I.j", 1? C'tj.' It 1" I rin1 oi ".i
."" ...._ .--._ .."Ontvti"f-._Aljfrmca. ;j jJ the Insured.The & Co, impaigneIlock.. .';irkiri! >; vintnge 1 :3'Vinegar ,.', C'T.hli u: 0"-: r "-; :', .{raIkuJ .Jw
Peter Benet Administrator Ii .
j I Mtd L,,, ): _1. -- ------i-- the Estate of, )) 1niiurna are payable in cash annually semjanually Bordeaux, Porter, HonJon. in pu. nnd'ilC, rial! it-hm th :; : Htl'& :" _n il1'HI... nil .'Ja.r .. ,
F. P. :
\, Cl d ., for the of Aahron il &c. 1. ,11: it trdainett
'. (' w*' for Account, '. ly the 'VIJYQr aJ .
I' deal. Cod .f/i '
t .tibeConncil deferred Sperm und C..dUf, ;
room. payments.The tire .
nci of city
) /
:\ .. \ City Marshal and Cirr 8f the/ Marlct, 1- ji. A,nin Complainant't Iar"hhlin Distribution}! Assetsnnd ol cash principle adopted by this Company secures FISH. Herring, :Salmon Sardines,.Mackerel and 6 lei. That from an? ?ugustine- C"neilJu or ,,. I
I .ir '. '! to the for whose Cod. passage this ()riZ..
err parties benefit
George W. McAllister, claiming the of Peter, the insurances Mnee.ii.L.U..t be law.1.1 for
1 4 4': t- !| l to be Executor of JO f'phtiiC'bel..d\cd. I are effected the whole of the advantages without .- S ons. to dischargt or fire r ff.any any person 6r ptr. ,
1\n gun .r
i'i'I' ,; AUCTIONEERS1! Longworthdeed..and others, subjecting them to the heavy drawback of accur fluM CELLAl\EOUS.-Rict'. Pot Barley Oat er fire arms within the Chartered Limits%guns,or oIL.
I h lated eal, Copperas,Pipe Clay Bath Brick, f saij tit, ,
notes. Indigo
.F. P. Ftrreiia and J. A. Stritchia.MERCHANTS Defendant Spanish and any person or persons violating thu ,.,;;
Persousmay' effect insurance en their own lives Float Fig Blue London Starch, Candle Wick his, Ordidance shallU provisi.
I ,i IT appearing by1 I\ffid"it iu this Court that Defendant and the lives of others. A married woman can in-; 'Liquid Blacking, in pis & Quarts,Pastern\ Tin Cases: dollar*, to be reeovetalfcforc subjected re a fine flf fivr

t; "Barrough) E. Carr. VhoIeate and Retail! dealer ,, GeoVgc W. McAllnter, living at L r.ll.' cure the life of her husbandthe benefits of which are Shoe Brushes, Scrubbing d.. l'.-n Srr.ijus. ifo. %Vj;ka. &c- 2. Be it't;erJeilffrll the Mayor

i. 'I i fi"t' qualiry F.milyGrocrliea ,f nl! kinds Li I. resides beyond the limit of the State of Florida,viz.,,'I secured by law fur'the exclusive use of herself or chil :T.Patent I. Pip"9, German do. Nitriu'Ligl.ta. f'?.rf tt", forca.d That ifany person or Ue .kaHSJ c.
in the State of dren. Matces Percussion CapaJ. Un person
Georgia, I'owJur, Ui':- the II! ,
1 l'lorl .c., No.2 East side Charlotte. Street, Northfthe 113 charter 'dlimit. fire, 3V
owder, Salt discharge let
: It i is therefore on motion of\Vm. Forward' Solicitor Liverpooldo.P1OVIIoS. or any
; : I
1'ublSc'lfq'uare.. Clergymen and all others dependent salaries -t' :3cra-ker.or other
mifeuige I upon i. Prk B- -f Ham1'iour conitgatjbl ? iaflutebk
that I
Ordered publication fIr mad! in B-t.;,: "
are specially invited ro avaii themselves ofta\ .' niitiTS. nieh
and resource ller..n or
t Jlurt. Dealer in Staple! -FantY Drj'oods. and Cheese. persons shall beSubjee
ome NewtjvipT in the Eastern: Circuit ton
t p-inted

whereby their surviving be securedrom IttofFiri e lJ I llara
West ride of Charlotte fircet, a few door familcsutay to hireovered before
I : the
\ of f Florida, for fou niontlH successively, from lliw i the evils of CKOCKERV AND GLASSWARE Su 3/V it Mayor
penury. Assort further
; I; rth of Treatary Lane.fth date, requiring nid George W. McAllister lead' I ordied ,
to pl
Pamphlets explanatory of the principles of Mutual ALO, Ilfl1rt1d.. That if any Minor hall violaithe .,
I. 1 : \ M. Walcernan. Wholesale and Retail dealer aiwvcr or demur to said Bill, or the same will be IaJ,ifc Insurance and illustrating its advantages, with A Vnrie'yot .' o.lhlS Ord.nance.the proi-3l.jnh' '.
i I ; I / I : Dry Goods! and Gioceries. Grocery store on the ken pro Uonfeo.TII03.. I forms ofapl'i-lItion.ma be obtiiui-d at the office or 1S'14r (;ffl.I.I, llJ. 'Jllt"'e'ri,1 ''rU' H'o7" LI record .flhepirtht Fines henna impaIC'.hsfl
I \ '.' und floor of the City Hotel-Dry Goods Store : DOUGLAS Judge, &., V- ': > or aarcii"n ofat; ( mIlot.
33 WalUt. d. .
Company, or of any of its agents. llu"ti ,hues C'fi.hiyr: Jf.'f d' (: 'lJr ate: 1. L'tii fllrl1,ordnnet.. '
'I $
: ; nJ .
1 I ;' .rue'r cf Pjcolata and St. George street, opposite Certified to be a true Copy. i I \ TRUSTEES: 4'':. # \ ha.l TOM! provision; ; of this oJInVBw slave
I .e Court Uou' Witness my Hand ah-l the fr-al of said Jos B Collins David C CwUen. With! \i here.; tMfoxA the

iris," S. Zj 2V Pinkham., Dealer.in Fancy ['.. H.I Courtthe 15th July' JS"0. j I Win J Hyslop, Alfred Edward, T.eaf! >ove man kti">ck et.T et articte(,c..cl'rif1iJ teo numerous*"{ectfd:(> nj-nt'on\c Or' J li3rr or t'-I'jlOn5 shall liin'ing'charge b, recoverwitne.s ,- f the master

iodl.' tc. opposite the Planters Hotel en tUI P. B. DUMAS'', f fri1I. R II McCurr'y, Wra Bctu Yoik Market! and can be rcrr.mfmS-d in &;. 5. Et jllrtittr erdajneJ of such 3'ye.
J !? Charlotte street. \ Clerk C. C. Johns Cou1 I' vr.th cy 5 Tlau it shall k
St. Ered ':: f"r
Winston Joseph Blunt, cieiKci.J wilt! i lt ciipict' oft autt the t.rr.e; i."" &lIypt."CJon to mak.eomptaiota
Pedro Butt Dealerin Groceries Provisions, Jtc.: July SO, 1850.( I C W Faber, Isaac G Pearson I'duced pric-z. \\\? "...lc&t th* iti'ntion f-f'tnt.-* at Ira ie.1, cfthis O:innn"e; ,alld thatic .lull be..r.1D1'1o1.lIioo
rner of C ina and St. G'orge street. Tai Collet tor'8 Kale. John} P Yelverton Henry Wells!! and prtvau rurtii: ':s" U E. \-UR. ci.A duty of the Cy: Itl'b..l to d" s wt.o spe4 Ii
Manuel Creitpo. Dealer in Family stores, Provii O> y virtue of the power,vested in me by law, tJL& I Theo Scdgwick Win Moore I Jan. 1, I"'). 11 s..,'}h I 'es be' a c'n.J.. lent altL.

i* Vr,:&.C., corner of Charlotte and bridge 'street shnll expose for sale before the Court I Stacy B foiling! Zebedce Cook I .:_ ;;;.c. f.. lie it Jurt/er ndllint!.

Y ., '-F. / Qriney. Watch maker and Jeweler! on I l House door in the city of St. Augustine on the first I John H swift, Jona Miller, : City <>f St.* AH5M--.liie.- I II h-n'la to lt: ne.leh.aU! bt$0
org4rrietnearly opposite office of Dr. Peck: Monday Nwniber xtthe following describedproperty John U'aJworth David AComtock\\ j: mTOriCLnh-iJv given si.atti.c f C.r;; Ctlad! or I 'eitootinac ofgam alonl' ast. pi'innt ,
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_, Thas. ..Veyf. Rctniler of Boot, Shoes, Caps ,r *o much thereof as will pay the State I S M Cornell, Robert Shnylcr JL" ti! *. City oJ SrU 13 :.:,\\ 'r; ItP;!:: ]".) a ,71d.1 ba.tian RiT"r. .T. "r.C United States Silloor trJJt'"* *;.. ?-:;

;t ill fitf, east side-of Charlottce street, ccrticr J of: and County tux due thereon for the year 18-1!. and I Gouv M Wilkins James Chambers ir<:nls to the set sncorporoting l.Ci'y at the next S or the IftS' from firing their : eor 'S5-
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,iarlotte, etreet and Treasury Mne. I the n-ves-snry ul'f'ntrs incident ther.-to, viz ; Eight i I I John V L Pruyn Joseph Tuckernnn, meeting of the General A!smbly,.of f Fiends.! } <:: li'St

Lawn Andreti. Tailor, Charlotte street bundled ncr'M of land rupposcd to belong to Kcl].Tt Fred Wliittlesey Moses H Grinnell, By order of the Council .! tht-JSUl the "ffJSK
:Dear tb"*!? TowlanJ a nonresideut,situated in the county of St. Charle? Ely, Wm J Bunker MATHEW SOL\NA Mayor. ;;:;; !!

,: {Thames An leu. Tailor, Charlotte Street ,ot'arI Johns State of Florida being the pant* pi'e* of f John C Crujer Eugene Dutilh .Tai. 28th. 1850. I .IJn necee.rytlie' h, :(.t any;; person, >1)111 be r.ri.
I; I 'ilw stop of George purt.I l and that was allotted to Mary ]. Dunham as 'her Walter Joy, Francis S Lathrop I in.u rred.diC' shall nor be

.. I John Usina. Bout maker. Charlotte I. street '.:near hare of her father's Estate at.X W Switzinland;and Alfred Pelt J O Thatcher.j. PROBATE Oseitz, ST. J. j.is COCSTT, ) 7. Biitfuttitr OUll reJ, That
3the City Hott) bounded on the Wept by the River St. JohniMpaM,- JOSEPH B. COLLINS President. ::3th Match 185(. \ ar.ct hert oft Alt'eti, olujiliDg Ihe'all OrdIn., '

; ,. \ Joseph; Loprx. Manufacturer of S gnrp. shop I in ring, thereon in front 16 chains and 30 link, on the : ISAAC ABC ITT, Secretary. Notice. GU:13. PjtoL Squibs, Crackers anti other 'firing 01

;Howard's) iiuildlnga. ; North by land of Louisa Fatio on the East by JOSEPH Burjrr, Caunsellor. Executors, Adrninitratr", GuarJianl and others, and ioftamlnat.co in.ttru'nenta.nd combvatibIe .
I G. JV. Papy.Dealer in Dry Groceries and Provisions' I. cant lands and on the South by lands formerly C' va.1 G. It. FAIKBAXCI, Agent St. Augustine Fla. failed to file in this ofiice the annual i in certain limits of the Ciry of 3r. matf'rj.l wir.,

I Charlotte street a few doors South of' the rd by Eleonora Colt. Feb iGth. accounts required by the Statute ; are hereby notified are hereby r'praltd. Augusiiae,5

\ City Hotel. : : '.* Unless Taxes and expenses are pal i Vefure the day hat unless the same are presented withaal farther P.aued the Tenth day of April 1843- .J

Messrs .7\f'unoft if i Xtlliean. Cabinet makers! of sale. I' Groceries, Provisions, Ac. unnecessarydelay the provisions of the law, against ABRAII..UJ DUPONT
R. B. G-NOVA. Sheriff and ex-off. choice defaulters in such matters will be rizidlr enforced Attest P. B. Drx1f, Clerk JJayor.
lot of
corner of Maik square adjoining the Council room Tax A"err Butter, Sugar choice Hams .r the Cowacil
Assessor and G. A
t JoAn Mandry. Black Smith and Gun Smith, near- April 27, 1850.Tax .. St. Johasc I I Pork Crackers, Fsh, Teas Coffee Spices March 16. IIUIPIIREYS.Jude of Probate true copy CHSwHAAOERr

be.2oTthJ.ateofLhe City. _.: I &c. by chr. Cjpruajua discharged for sale by -- -. crk f th! "jJ'.
I, .Mareh II
I Collectors B. CARR. NOTICE.To r :
\ AMUSEMENTS. / virue of the I _- Claimant* of Bounty Lands WTnderand by ritue .
power vested in me by la1\.1 of a decree
I Billiard TM Bowling .-tllt '. 'Ora Iloxrard l Groceries UNDERSIGNED or the Com '
: fh-ili expo v for t-ale Leiare the Court Hous FINE lot of THE proposes to obtain Chancery bolden in and for SLi
Butter the
I Howard Buildings. Market pquare. s d or i in the city j J' S'. AngusJne, on the first Monday.rfNoumbern A Crackers Ham Lard Cheese assorted ants, for lands for all claimants who John Florid. made on the 22 County f 8&

I Bowline. Alley. 'Liquoo>id Ittftsshnenis, bv. : ? /; ihfol'oAing!! described property, and Fulton Market, ,Beef, Bacon, Fish, Smoked Bee will be entitled thereto under the Act now be ease wherein Josepha Gu .Acfmi.day of Jaly Iutj, iM .

: r. F.; B rwer.tuv' Hotel I' '' *s.r 10 much thereof as will pay the State and County a rttait. fore Congress wfnn the same shall have passed tate of Francis GUf; deed. is rratri% or the y"
: 'I( 'r&iup-Gomz. Rfetailer Liquors!, Refrep'inie' tll"; tax due thereon for the year 1849 and the CARR. and become a law for tho moderate sun. of Carr and others Credirors or complaint laid and B. E.

,.,! ,. Charlotte ttreet oppoiirs i CriJicr's r"x'I'n? -in'hle-r. thereto, viz: One hundred necessary acres of; Fresh Snpplici. FIVE DOLLARS for cach Warrant when ob daois, and to me directed, I shall Estate are dt'.. ,

I I .AU.)'. '. I ill.wltng'l i l laii! T1: ,',re or 1 l- s situated on the South of JuUo'ton BRIG -Coss uth, now discharging 'at Picolata a tained.. expose to sate in the mode mauner.ad a. fP'cial Muter

Creek ih the County of St. Jons belonging" to e lot of supplies which are. offered to the The object of this notice is to giTe to claimants Tided in said decree before Conn UZt t. pro-

\ I STAGE OFfI E. : Henry Hull a nonresident, purchased by..the said Trade original Packages or at retail. an opportunity procuring warrants at City of St. usmo MonL, the 7th House ia fa

"- .lit'; of Ihe Pieolata Mail $fage. Bridiei's City Htnry Hall from Japes 30 firkins Goshen Gutter JO barrels Lard I crate the least possible expense. > tober next between the bourn of 10 day oie t

.* Hotel.. : 0i Unlcsa the Taxes.aud expenses are paid before the Onioi,> bbls Apples,75 boxes Cheese 15 du Candy Those wishing to secure the services of the following real Estate the"J3 cf that dati
the .
i Cue, deed. ?%$ or Frs
ay of sale. Craek ra. dried Beef hams, F. M. Beef 'ruits situate IY
Rais-j undersigned, will call at his office being in
or address St. he
CHURCHES.Etman It. B. C.XOV.Shtritl'and i in Augustine io M $ City of
ex-ofT. ". Almonds, citroiis, curran, with other articles him by letter and r Sr.
Assessor and prompt attention will be A House and lot corner ohlia't<>w, lt
j .. Tax tin
k St. Johns C eomplr in
0. ? our stock now store '
Church. totheir claims.
.: ... .j Coltolic North aide Monumenquart. April 27, J i50. ) ) I Sept. 21. B. E.CARI I given Bridge Street C'UlrQfa..Hoepitallad
*. : ,I .' ". PHILIP FRASER. A Lot 'of ground

.. .* ; { Epitcoptl Church., Sooth side .Monument squn C. Irish and Scotch WhlKkey. Military Blacking. Attorney Law. Streeta and (our Iota comet of 0orl' aa4 P.r\

j .,: Prttbytfrian Church. On St. George Itrf't. SCOTCH ALE. Cider Porter in Pints and Quarts, JUST received a few dozen Renders Leather im-f Jacksonville. E. Fla., July 15tb, 1850. Seguis Point ground Noa. 9-11.13 15 at

I South: of thesquare. : : Sherry and Port 'Wines Champ Ui water end gives the surface an filejant : '

,. MttMditt; CAae!. Ft. George street. near< the Bnndy, Holland Gin. Mo olzob'la.hi.kty.n, ; p Iu-h without de-jtroying its soft suppan! .! ehs-. INdEED. OIL, White Lead Turpenti Tv.7 Shenjft'ofSg RAPHAEL. CANOV .
"afIWha'! House. tedVinc-, 7'iorf.Coidials, &'., for sale tv /., tie: qualitlt-s.: t m h. Tar, Rosin Oakum Spikes Lime ,* John Counryaad Spe-

.. .-. ; \ ,-. (\ ) ,' Fcb9 B. 1C A or'l Rccrnmrvndesl. | for Harne'es Carriages &t'. LAt Wieks.Latbeiand. assorted Lumber,rot pale 23rd.AUg1l8tI8 ".C'alMasteria Chancery.
; .. .1 Retail. H r.. !I' Ja. C ,
_'.':.1 \ .J" : I CARR., : .. P. E. CARR The sale of the above

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